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Warm-blooded vertebrates

  • 1931
New York: Smithsonian Institution Series, Inc.
  • Bibliography: p. 376-380.

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New York: Smithsonian Institution Series, Inc.
Description of Original
389 p. : illus.
For Staff

Available Contents

  1. [Cover]
  2. [Title Page]
  3. Contents
  4. Illustrations
  5. Part I: Birds
  6. Chapter I: Birds in relation to man
  7. Chapter II: Adaptations for progression by flying
  8. Chapter III: Color and its arrangement
  9. Chapter IV: Ancestors and ancestry
  10. Chapter V: Migration and its study
  11. Chapter VI: Homes and their location
  12. Chapter VII: Eggs and their care
  13. Chapter VIII: Something about young birds
  14. Chapter IX: Voice and other sounds
  15. Chapter X: Studies afield and in the laboratory
  16. Chapter XI: Food and economic relations
  17. Chapter XII: The kinds of birds in brief review
  18. Part II: Mammals and how they are studied
  19. Chapter I: Personal experiences with fossil mammals
  20. Chapter II: How history is read from the fossil record
  21. Chapter III: How existing mammals are collected
  22. Chapter IV: Mammals in the museum
  23. Chapter V: How mammalogy began and grew
  24. Chapter VI: Some simple shop talk
  25. Chapter VII: Museum comedy
  26. Chapter VIII: The most ancient known mammals
  27. Chapter IX: Egg-laying mammals
  28. Chapter X: Pouched mammals
  29. Chapter XI: Ordinary mammals
  30. Selected bibliography
  31. Index
  32. [Cover]