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Untitled ANIMALS OF THE CAMBRIAN PERIOD 90 From Knipe's _Nebula to Man_. A TRILOBITE 90 Photo: J. J. Ward, F.E.S. THE GAMBIAN MUD-FISH, PROTOPTERUS 91 Photo: British Museum (Natural History). THE ARCH±OPTERYX 91 After William Leche of Stockholm. WING OF A BIRD, SHOWING THE ARRANGEMENT OF THE FEATHERS 91 PICTORIAL REPRESENTATION OF STRATA OF THE EARTH'S CRUST, WITH SUGGESTIONS OF CHARACTERISTIC FOSSILS (_Coloured Illustration_) 92 FOSSIL OF A PTERODACTYL OR EXTINCT FLYING DRAGON 94 Photo: British Museum (Natural History). PARIASAURUS: AN EXTINCT VEGETARIAN TRIASSIC REPTILE 94 From Knipe's _Nebula to Man_. TRICERATOPS: A HUGE EXTINCT REPTILE 95 From Knipe's _Nebula to Man_. THE DUCKMOLE OR DUCK-BILLED PLATYPUS OF AUSTRALIA 95 Photo: _Daily Mail_. SKELETON OF AN EXTINCT FLIGHTLESS TOOTHED BIRD, HESPERORNIS 100 After Marsh. SIX STAGES IN THE EVOLUTION OF THE HORSE, SHOWING GRADUAL INCREASE IN SIZE 101 After Lull and Matthew. DIAGRAM SHOWING SEVEN STAGES IN THE EVOLUTION OF THE FORE-LIMBS AND HIND-LIMBS OF THE ANCESTORS OF THE MODERN
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Unformatted text preview: HORSE, BEGINNING WITH THE EARLIEST KNOWN PREDECESSORS OF THE HORSE AND CULMINATING WITH THE HORSE OF TO-DAY 104 After Marsh and Lull. WHAT IS MEANT BY HOMOLOGY? ESSENTIAL SIMILARITY OF ARCHITECTURE, THOUGH THE APPEARANCES MAY BE VERY DIFFERENT 105 AN EIGHT-ARMED CUTTLEFISH OR OCTOPUS ATTACKING A SMALL CRAB 116 A COMMON STARFISH, WHICH HAS LOST THREE ARMS AND IS REGROWING THEM 116 After Professor W. C. McIntosh. THE PAPER NAUTILUS (ARGONAUTA), AN ANIMAL OF THE OPEN SEA 117 Photo: J. J. Ward, F.E.S. A PHOTOGRAPH SHOWING A STARFISH (_Asterias Forreri_) WHICH HAS CAPTURED A LARGE FISH 117 TEN-ARMED CUTTLEFISH OR SQUID IN THE ACT OF CAPTURING A FISH 118 GREENLAND WHALE 118 MINUTE TRANSPARENT EARLY STAGE OF A SEA-CUCUMBER 119 AN INTRICATE COLONY OF OPEN-SEA ANIMALS (_Physophora Hydrostatica_) RELATED TO THE PORTUGUESE MAN-OF-WAR 119 Photo: British Museum (Natural History). Page 7...
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