The Camel, the Hare & the Hyrax: A Study of the Laws of Animals with One Kosher Sign in Light of Modern Zoology
Explores Torah literature and the latest zoological research to present a detailed and comprehensive study on what makes an animal kosher.
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according aleh gerah animal lacking upper animals that possess babirusa brings canines capybaras cecotrophy cecum chew the cud Chullin 59a cited classified cloven hooves Commentary coprophagy deer described digestive discuss Encyclopedia of Mammals explains extinct fermentation foot four animals hare and hyrax hybrids incisors Israel jerboa Jerusalem juvenile camel kangaroos kilayim koalas kosher animals kosher sign lack split hooves lacks upper teeth lamoids Leviticus llama ma'aleh gerah mafris Malbim marsupials means merycism Midrash Mishnah Moshe nana nbya non-kosher animals parsah peccary pellets pikas possess one sign possess split hooves possess upper teeth principle R. M. Lockley Rabbi rabbits and hares Rambam Rashbam Rashi Rav Chisda refer regurgitation reingestion rodents ruminant-like ruminants shafan shafan and arneves sheretz shesuah similar species stincus marinus stomach Talmud Torah Torah's list Tosafos translation type of animal Tzvi upper incisors verse wild word hu Yoreh De'ah Yosef zoology