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Jun 03, · Natural history of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon Item Preview remove-circle Mammalia of India and Ceylon "Illustrated works published by Thacker, Spink and Co., Calcutta": p.  (3rd group) This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.
Pages: Another motive in thus venturing is, that the only complete history of Indian Mammalia is Dr. Jerdon's, which is exhaustive within the boundaries he has assigned to India proper; but as he has excluded Assam, Cachar, Tenasserim, Burmah, Arracan, and Ceylon, his book is incomplete as a Natural History of the Mammals of British India.
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Author: Sterndale, Robert Armitage Seller Rating: % positive. Sketches of the Natural History of Ceylon. By Sir James Emerson Tennent. Free. Read Now. Description Table of Contents List of Ceylon Mammalia. List of Ceylon Mammalia. MAMMALIA. List of Ceylon Mammalia.
List of Ceylon Mammalia. INSTANCES OF FISHES FALLING FROM THE CLOUDS IN INDIA. (From the Bombay Times, ) See Page (From the Author: Sir James Emerson Tennent.Sketches of Natural History of Ceylon. By. Sir Tennent James Emerson Geological speculations as to the island of Ceylon Ancient tradition Opinion of Professor Ansted Peculiarities in Ceylon mammalia The same in Ceylon birds and insects Temminck's discovery of a new species of elephant in Sumatra Points of distinction between it and the.Quadrupeds, What They Are and Where Found A Book of Zoology for Boys.
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