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" The general length from the tip of the nose to the root of the tail is about thirtyeight inches, and the height from the top of the shoulder to the sole of the foot, fourteen inches. "
The Fur Trade of America and Some of the Men who Made and Maintain it ... - Page 198
by Albert Lord Belden - 1917 - 591 pages
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Journal Or the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia

Natural history - 1834
...that of DEKAY'S Shrew. From the number and appearance of its teeth, it was evidently an old animal. Length from the tip of the nose to the root of the tail, 3} in. Length of heel to end of nail, i Length of tail, 1 Length of head, i Breadth across the head,...
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A descriptive catalogue of the South African museum. Pt.1 of mammalia

Andrew Smith (sir.) - 1826
...four, five, or more separate spots ; breast, belly, and tail, with irregular black blotches. His usual length from the tip of the nose to the root of the tail, is about 4 feet, and the latter is generally between 28 and 32 inches. In the more interior parts of...
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The London encyclopaedia: or, Universal dictionary of science, art ..., Volume 7

Thomas Curtis - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1829
...beautiful species, and clothed with fur of the most exquisite texture, is an inhabitant of New South Wales. In length, from the tip of the nose to the root of the tail, it is twenty inches; the tail itself is twenty-two inches ; at the base, quite light, increasing gradually...
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American Natural History ...: Pt. I.--Mastology, Volume 2

John Davidson Godman - Mammals - 1831
...facts in more than one instance." Pike, p. 156. The prairie marmot is about sixteen inches long from the tip of the nose to the root of the tail, which is two inches and three-quarters in length. The head is hroad and depressed above with large eyes,...
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The Olio, Or, Museum of Entertainment, Volume 10

History - 1833
...terminated, as in the Lion, 77 by a brush of hair; neither has the Puma any vestige of a mane. His length from the tip of the nose to the root of the tail is commonly ahout four feet, and his tail measures ahove half as much more, being just sufficiently...
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Magazine of Zoology and Botany, Volume 1

George Johnston - Botany - 1837
...and also with that in Sir William Jardine's Naturalist's Library. The measurements were as follow : Length from the tip of the nose to the root of the tail, 1 foot 5 in. ; length of the tail, 1 foot 4 in. ; length of the intestinal canal from the pylorus...
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Memoirs of the Wernerian Natural History Society, Volume 1

Wernerian Natural History Society, Edinburgh - Natural history - 1839
...average, than thirty pounds. It is of a handsome shape, hardy, and very swift and agile. The general length, from the tip of the nose, to the root of the tail, is about thirty-eight inches, and the height, from the top of the shoulder, to the sole of the foot,...
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Proceedings

Zoological Society of London - Zoology - 1840
...animal state that the specimen was a male, and before it was skinned afforded the following dimensions : length from the tip of the nose to the root of the tail, 15 inches ; of tail, 6 inches ; girth behind the shoulders, 8 inches. The animal lives on the roots...
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A natural history of the mammalia, Volume 1

George Robert Waterhouse - Nature - 1846 - 33 pages
...somewhat in its colouring ; its length was a trifle more than four inches measured in a straight line from the tip of the nose to the root of the tail, which was three inches and ten lines in length. The basal portion of the tail was very broad, being about...
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American Agriculturist, Volume 7

Agriculture - 1848
...Ibs. The weight of his fleece was 144 Ibs. ; girth round the body, after shearing, 5 feet 9 inches ; length from the tip of the nose to the root of the tail, 5 feet 10 inches. The fellow of this buck died last spring of yellow water. The weight of his fleece,...
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