A guide to the elephants (recent and fossil) exhibited in the Department of geology and palæntology in the British museum (Natural history) ...
Printed by order of the Trustees of the British museum, 1922 - Nature - 48 pages
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Africa African Elephant animals antiquus Asia BRITISH MUSEUM canine Carnivora cheek-teeth chin clifti crown cusps dentine DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY development of air-cells Dinotherium earlier forms early ears Egypt ELEPHANTS RECENT Elephas planifrons Elephas Stegodon elongated enamel Eocene Fayum filled with cement fossil fossil remains genus Geological grinding Grinding-surface hypsodont hysudricus incisors India Indian elephant lappet later elephants lower incisors lower jaw Lower Pliocene lower tusks mammals Mammoth mandible Mastodon meridionalis milk-molars milk-teeth Miocene modern elephants Moeritherium molar tooth molars fig North America number of ridges Oligocene Palaomastodon peculiar period Pier-case 33 Pleistocene posterior Premaxilla premolars primigenius primitive number probably Proboscidea race RECENT AND FOSSIL shortened showing shown in Table-case Siwalik Hills skeleton Skull and mandible small elephant snout specialised species specimens stage symphysis Table-case 24 teeth Tetrabelodon angustidens Tetrabelodon longirostris three molars trace transverse ridges trunk Ungulata upper and lower Upper Eocene upper jaw upper molar