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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: The Animal Game: Searching for Wildness at the American ZooThe Animal Game: Searching for Wildness at the American ZooBender, Daniel E.HARDCOVER11/07/2016$42.00
Cover: Concealing Coloration in AnimalsConcealing Coloration in AnimalsDiamond, Judy
Bond, Alan B.
HARDCOVER04/09/2013$29.95
Cover: Vibrational Communication in AnimalsVibrational Communication in AnimalsHill, Peggy S. M.HARDCOVER05/30/2008$56.50
Cover: Approaches to Faunal Analysis in the Middle EastApproaches to Faunal Analysis in the Middle EastMeadow, Richard H.
Zeder, Melinda A.
PAPERBACK06/26/2003$30.00
Cover: On Animals, Volume II: Books 6–11On Animals, Volume II: Books 6–11Aelian
Scholfield, A. F.
HARDCOVER01/01/1959$28.00
Cover: On Animals, Volume III: Books 12–17On Animals, Volume III: Books 12–17Aelian
Scholfield, A. F.
HARDCOVER01/01/1959$28.00
Cover: On Animals, Volume I: Books 1–5On Animals, Volume I: Books 1–5Aelian
Scholfield, A. F.
HARDCOVER01/01/1958$28.00
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