The Resource Cuvier's Animal kingdom,, arranged according to its organization; forming the basis for a natural history of animals, and an introduction to comparative anatomy. Mammalia, birds, and reptiles by Edward Blyth. The fishes and radiata by Robert Mudie. The molluscous animals by George Johnston. The articulated animals by J.O. Westwood. Illustrated by three hundred engravings on wood

Cuvier's Animal kingdom,, arranged according to its organization; forming the basis for a natural history of animals, and an introduction to comparative anatomy. Mammalia, birds, and reptiles by Edward Blyth. The fishes and radiata by Robert Mudie. The molluscous animals by George Johnston. The articulated animals by J.O. Westwood. Illustrated by three hundred engravings on wood

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Cuvier's Animal kingdom,
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Cuvier's Animal kingdom,
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arranged according to its organization; forming the basis for a natural history of animals, and an introduction to comparative anatomy. Mammalia, birds, and reptiles by Edward Blyth. The fishes and radiata by Robert Mudie. The molluscous animals by George Johnston. The articulated animals by J.O. Westwood. Illustrated by three hundred engravings on wood
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1769-1832
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Cuvier, Georges
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illustrations
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  • 1810-1873
  • 1777-1842
  • 1797-1855
  • 1805-1893
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  • Blyth, Edward
  • Mudie, Robert
  • Johnston, George
  • Westwood, J. O.
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  • Zoology
  • Anatomy, Comparative
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Cuvier's Animal kingdom,, arranged according to its organization; forming the basis for a natural history of animals, and an introduction to comparative anatomy. Mammalia, birds, and reptiles by Edward Blyth. The fishes and radiata by Robert Mudie. The molluscous animals by George Johnston. The articulated animals by J.O. Westwood. Illustrated by three hundred engravings on wood
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Cuvier's Animal kingdom,, arranged according to its organization; forming the basis for a natural history of animals, and an introduction to comparative anatomy. Mammalia, birds, and reptiles by Edward Blyth. The fishes and radiata by Robert Mudie. The molluscous animals by George Johnston. The articulated animals by J.O. Westwood. Illustrated by three hundred engravings on wood
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online
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illustrations)
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