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" DOG. be considered as the most remote from a state of domestication, assumes the slightly bushy form of that animal. We have here, then, a considerable approximation to a well-known wild animal of the same genus, in races which, though doubtless descended... "
A History of British Quadrupeds, Including the Cetacea - Seite 197
von Thomas Bell - 1837 - 526 Seiten
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The Sportsman

...the most remote from a state of domestication, assumes the slightly bushy form of that animal. \Ve have here, then, a considerable approximation to a...especial remark, that the anatomy of the wolf, and ils osteology in particular, does not differ from mat of dogs in general more than the different kinds...
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The Natural History of Dogs: Canidæ Or Genus Canis of Authors ..., Band 9

Charles Hamilton Smith - 1839
...slightly bushy form of that animal. We have here, then, a considerable approximation to a well known wild animal of the same genus, in races which, though...osteology in particular, does not differ from that of dogs in general, more than the different kind of dogs do from each other. The cranium is absolutely...
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The Sporting review, ed. by 'Craven'., Band 11

John William Carleton - 1844
...the most remote from a state of domestication, assumes the slightly bushy form of that animal. \Ve have here, then, a considerable approximation to a...the wild condition ; and it is worthy of especial remaik, that the anatomy of the wolf, and its osteology in particular, does not differ from that of...
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Dogs: Their Origin and Varieties, Directions as to Their General Management ...

H. D. Richardson - 1847 - 127 Seiten
...slightly bushy form of that animal. We have here, then, a considerable approximation to a well known wild animal of the same genus, in races which, though...osteology in particular, does not differ from that of dogs in general, more than the different kinds of dogs do from each other. The cranium is absolutely...
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Treasury of Natural History; Or, A Popular Dictionary of Animated Nature ...

Samuel Maunder - 1848 - 812 Seiten
...considered a* the mo-l remote from domestication, oMutuea the »lightly bushy form of that auiltml. " We have here, then, a considerable approximation to a well-known wild animal of the «une genus, in race* which, though doubtless descended from domesticated ancestor*, have gradually...
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Dogs

H D. Richardson - 1851 - 3 Seiten
...which characterise the wolf; and that the tail of the Australian dog, which may THK AVSTHALIAN DOG. be considered as the most remote from a state of domestication,...osteology in particular, does not differ from that of dogs in general, more than the different kinds of dogs do from each other. The cranium is absolutely...
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Dogs: Their Origin and Varieties: Directions as to Their General Management ...

H. D. Richardson - 1857 - 127 Seiten
...remote from a state of domestication, assumes the slightly bushy form of NATURAL HISTORV OF THE DOS. 17 that animal. We have here, then, a considerable approximation...osteology in particular, does not differ from that of dogs in general, more than the different kinds of dogs do from each other. The cranium is absolutely...
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Cassell's popular natural history, Bände 1-2

Cassell, ltd - 1863
...Indians of North America, and -another partially tamed in South America, which deserve attention ; and it is found that these races, in different degrees,...have gradually assumed the wild condition ; and it Li worthy of especial remark that the anatomy of the wolf, and its osteology in particular, does not...
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The Boy's friend, a monthly journal

1866
...Australian dog. which may be considered as the most remote from domestication, assumes the slight! v bushy form of that animal." We have here, then, a...considerable approximation to a well-known wild animal of the snrr^ genus or race, and one which, though doubtless descended from domesticated ancestors, has gradually...
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Beeton's Dictionary of natural history

Samuel Orchart Beeton - 1871 - 290 Seiten
...remote from a state of domestication, assumes the slight bushy form of that animal. We have litre, then, a considerable approximation to a wellknown...genus in races which, though doubtless descended from domestic ancestors, have gradually assumed the wild condition ; and it is worthy of especial remark...
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