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Mammalogy by Dr. Jon A. Baskin

  

Mammalogy by Dr. Jon A. Baskin

Mammalogy by Dr. Jon A. Baskin

This note explains the following topics: Classification, distribution, life histories, economic importance, techniques of field study, method of collection, and preservation of mammals.

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