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Elementary Zoology by Vernon L. Kellogg

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Elementary Zoology
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Publisher: Henry Holt & Co.
ISBN/ASIN: B005G1IEME
Number of pages: 538

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This is an introduction to an elementary knowledge of animal structure, function, and development; a consideration of the principal branches of the animal kingdom; a necessarily brief consideration of certain of the more conspicuous and interesting features of animal ecology.

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