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The Unprotected Species Author: Melvin Sturgis

The Unprotected Species By Melvin Sturgis [Transcriber’s Note: This etext was produced from Fantastic Universe September 1956. Extensive research did not uncover any evidence that the U.S. copyright on this publication was renewed.] It was a chill, terrifying planet inhabited by furtive gnomes. And something was forcing the crew into homicidal insanity. But what? Early […]

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Journal of Entomology and Zoology Volume 11, Number 4, December 1919 Author: Horace Gunthorp Charles P. Alexander W. A. Hilto

Journal of Entomology and Zoology EDITED BY POMONA COLLEGE, DEPARTMENT OF ZOOLOGY Subscription $1.00 to domestic, $1.25 to foreign countries. This journal is especially offered in exchange for zoological and entomological journals, proceedings, transactions, reports of societies, museums, laboratories and expeditions. The pages of the journal are especially open to western entomologists...

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The Industries of Animals Author: Frédéric Houssay

THE CONTEMPORARY SCIENCE SERIES. Edited by HAVELOCK ELLIS. THE INDUSTRIESOF ANIMALS. BYFRÉDÉRIC HOUSSAY. WITH 44 ILLUSTRATIONS. LONDON:WALTER SCOTT, Ltd.,24 WARWICK LANE, PATERNOSTER ROW. 1893. NOTE. The English edition of this book has been revised throughout and enlarged, with the author’s co-operation. Numerous bibliographical references have also been added. The illustrations, when not...

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History of Beasts Author: Unknown

THE CAT The cat is a very useful domestic animal. She destroys the rats and mice, which otherwise would do much injury. God has formed her to live among men. How soft her fur is! How quietly she lies and purs when she is treated kindly! How patiently she will sit, for many hours together, and watch for […]

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Animals of the Past Author: Frederic A. Lucas

ANIMALS OF THE PAST Phororhacos, a Patagonian Giant of the Miocene. From a drawing by Charles R. Knight. Science for Everybody ANIMALS OF THE PAST BYFREDERIC A. LUCAS Curator of the Division of Comparative Anatomy,United States National Museum FULLY ILLUSTRATED NEW YORKMcCLURE, PHILLIPS & CO.1901 Copyright, 1900, by S. S. McClure Co.1901, by McClure, Phillips & […]

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Anecdotes of the Habits and Instinct of Animals Author: R. Lee

ANECDOTESOFTHE HABITS AND INSTINCTOF ANIMALS. Signed Copy The Monkey Painter—Page 7. By Mrs. R. Lee, FORMERLY MRS. T. E. BOWDICH,AUTHOR OF “THE AFRICAN WANDERERS,” “ADVENTURES IN AUSTRALIA,”“MEMOIRS OF CUVIER,” ETC. WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY HARRISON WEIR. LONDON:GRANT AND GRIFFITH,SUCCESSORS TO J. HARRIS,CORNER OF ST. PAUL’S CHURCHYARD. M.DCCC.LII....

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The Raising and Care of Guinea Pigs, A complete guide to the breeding, feeding, housing, exhibiting and marketing of cavies Author: A. C. Smith

TheRaising and CareofGuinea Pigs A Complete Guide to the BreedingFeeding, Housing, Exhibitingand Marketing of Cavies by A. C. SMITH Published byA. C. SMITH712 West 74th StreetKANSAS CITY, MISSOURI Copyright1915by A. C. SMITH GUINEA PIGS CHAPTER I[5] INTRODUCTION. The Guinea Pig or Cavy belongs to the rabbit family and is a native of South America. Why they are called […]

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A Treatise on Sheep: The Best Means for their Improvement, General Management, and the Treatment of their Diseases. Author: Ambrose Blacklock

ATREATISE ON SHEEP: THE BEST MEANS FOR THEIR IMPROVEMENT, GENERAL MANAGEMENT, AND THE TREATMENT OF THEIR DISEASES, WITH A CHAPTER ON WOOL, AND HISTORY OF THE WOOL TRADE; AND THE MANAGEMENT OF SHEEP IN AUSTRALIA. BY AMBROSE BLACKLOCK. Sheep have golden feet, and wherever the print of them appears,the soil is turned into gold.—Swedish Proverb. LONDON:GROOMBRIDGE...

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