The Geography of Mammals
K. Paul, Trench, Trübner & Company, Limited, 1899 - Mammals - 335 pages
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absence Africa allied already animals appears Asia Atlantic Australian Region Bats Bears beds belong birds Borneo boundary Carnivora Celebes Central characteristic closely coast common confined connected considerable considered containing distinct distribution districts divided division Eastern endemic entirely Ethiopian Region Europe exception existing extends extinct fact fauna five forests forms four genera genus geographical greater includes Indian inhabitants Insectivora islands known land Lemurs less limits Madagascar mainland MAMMAL-FAUNA mammals Marsupials Monkeys mountains namely Nearctic Region nearly Neotropical Region North northern occur Ocean Old World Oriental Region origin Pacific Palearctic Region Papuan peculiar Peninsula Pleistocene portion possesses present probably range recent regards remains remarkable represented restricted Rodents seems separate single South America Southern species spread Sub-region tropical true Ungulates usually West Western whole widely World Monkeys Zealand