This is the long-awaited revision of the best-selling classic mammalogy text. The biology of mammals is viewed from a broad range of perspectives, making it useful to instructors with contrasting approaches to the subject. Based on the extensive studies of researchers, MAMMALOGY holds the interest of students, while maintaining the respect of the members of the scholarly community of mammalogists. The topics covered were chosen as the most important, interesting, and essential to the understanding of mammals.
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1. Introduction. 2. Mammalian Characteristics. 3. Mammalian Origins. 4. Classification of Mammals. 5. Monotremata. 6. Metatheria. 7. Introduction of Eutherian Mammals. 8. Insectivoria. 9. Xenarthra and Pholidota. 10. Dermoptera and Chiroptera. 11. Primates and Scandentia. 12. Carnivora. 13. Cetacea. 14. Proboscidea, Sirenia, and Hyracoidea. 15. Tubulidentata. 16. Perissodactyla. 17. Artiodactyla. 18. Rodentia. 19. Lagomorpha and Macroscelidea. 20. Reproduction. 21. Aspects of Physiology. 22. Echolocation. 23. Behavior. 24. Ecology. 25. Zoogeography. 26. Mammalian Conservation.
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