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  • Australian Marsupial Mole By Edouard Louis Trouessart 1215535Popular Science Monthly Volume 40 March 1892 — The Australian Marsupial Mole By Edouard
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  • Columbus: Musical Instruments II 623 Moral Educability 647 The Australian Marsupial Mole 650 Justus von Liebig 655 Cotton Industry in Brazil 666 Darwinism
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  • upward from its superior margin in front (Fig. 4, a). These are called marsupial bones, and lie within the flesh of the front of the animal's belly. The
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  • "Convict Once" (1871) "The Dark Companion" (1873) "The Dominion" (1877) "Marsupial Bill" (1878) "Day" (1907) "Night" (1907) “Stephens, James Brunton,” in
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  • Marlitt — Marprelate Controversy Marquand — Marsh Marsh — Marsupialia Marsupial Mole — Martin Marlitt, E. Marlow Marlowe, Christopher Marlowe, Julia
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  • of marsupials, but also by the anatomical and embryonic characters of marsupials and monotremes, so far as known. The organization of marsupials seems
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  • Marsupial Bill  (1878)  by James Brunton Stephens 1910126Marsupial BillJames Brunton Stephens1878 1 It was the time when geese despond, And turkeys
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 — Bandicoot BANDICOOT, any animal of the marsupial genus Perameles, which is the type of a family Peramelidae. The species
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  • wombats, and other quaint marsupial animals, with names as strange and clumsy as their forms. Now, who and what are the marsupials as a family, viewed in
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  • terrestrial Mammalia yet discovered in any secondary stratum, are the small marsupial quadrupeds allied to the Opossum, which occur in the oolite formation
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  • Koala 945416The Encyclopedia Americana — Koala KOALA, a remarkable marsupial (Phascolarctos cinereus) of the family Phalangeridæ, found chiefly in
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  • quantity. BAIL--Arrangement for confining cow's head. BANDICOOT--A small marsupial animal differing from the Kangaroo            in many ways, particularly
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  • this genus, though smaller than a common wolf, is the largest predaceous marsupial existing. It is confined to the island of Tasmania, although fragments
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  • linger. A meeting of selectors had been held; war declared against the marsupial; and a hunt on a grand scale arranged for this particular Sabbath. Of
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  • the sense of Huxley, but also his Metatheria. Though the Metatheria, or Marsupials as we shall term them, undoubtedly form a most distinct order of mammals
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  • roadstead during the east and west monsoons. The fauna includes buffaloes, a marsupial cuscus, some bats, the beautiful scarlet lory, rare varieties of the ground-thrush
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  • between the Duckbill and the Marsupial. It seems clear, at least, that two main branches, the Monotremes and Marsupials, arose from the primitive mammalian
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  • bones attached to the fore part of the pelvis, which are commonly called "marsupial bones." The name is a misnomer, originally conferred because it was thought
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  • existing forms, was manifested in the marsupials. It is also shown that the progressive passage from the marsupial fauna of that time to the existing fauna
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  • the pangolin (q.v.); the banded anteater (Myrmecobius fasciatus) is a marsupial, and the spiny anteater (Echidna) is one of the monotremes (see Marsupialia
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