Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon cover

Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon

Robert Armitage Sterndale

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2. 02 - Part 02
3. 03 - Part 03
4. 04 - Part 04
5. 05 - Part 05
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9. 09 - Part 09
10. 10 - Part 10
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24. 24 - Part 24
25. 25 - Part 25
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30. 30 - Part 30
31. 31 - Part 31
32. 32 - Part 32
33. 33 - Part 33
34. 34 - Part 34
35. 35 - Part 35
36. 36 - Part 36
37. 37 - Part 37
38. 38 - Part 38
39. 39 - Part 39

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NATURAL HISTORY OF THE MAMMALIA OF INDIA AND CEYLON.By Robert A. Sterndale, F.R.G.S., F.Z.S., &C., PREFACE. This work is designed to meet an existing want, viz.: a popular manual of Indian Mammalia. At present the only work of the kind is one which treats exclusively of the Peninsula of India, and which consequently omits the more interesting types found in Assam, Burmah, and Ceylon, as well as the countries bordering the British Indian Empire on the North. The geographical limits of the present work have been extended to all territories likely to be reached by the sportsman from India, thus greatly enlarging the field of its usefulness. The stiff formality of the compiled Natural Histories has been discarded, and the Author has endeavoured to present, in interesting conversational and often anecdotal style, the results of experience by himself and his personal friends.