The Platypus: A Unique Mammal

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UNSW Press, Jan 1, 1995 - Nature - 92 pages
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From 1798, when the first specimen arrived in England, the platypus has been the subject of controversy. It was first thought a clever hoax had been perpetrated by a skilled taxidermist stitching together the bill of a duck and other parts of unknown mammals! This book confines itself to the known facts rather than the myths and legends which surround this beautiful, secretive and shy creature.
  

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Suprisingly educational for an 89 page book. Platypedes are strange creatures, let me tell you O_o Read full review

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Contents

FIGURES
PREFACE Ml
WINTER 18
AUTUMN 64
FURTHER READING 79
INDEX 90
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The Fringes of Mammalness, the Platypus and Monotreme Biology
Grant T (1995) The Platypus: A Unique Mammal. University. of New South Wales Press, Sydney. Griffiths M (1978) The Biology of the Monotremes. Academic, ...
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La référence principale est due à Tom Grant>(en)Tom Grant, The Platypus: A Unique Mammal. Voir bibliographie pour les références complètes. ...
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Grant, Tom (text) and Fanning, Dominic (illusts): The Platypus: A ...
Grant, Tom (text) and Fanning, Dominic (illusts): The Platypus: A Unique Mammal. University of New South Wales Press, 1989. paperback in very good condition ...
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