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Mammals: A Guide to Familiar American Species

by Herbert Spencer Zim

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  1. Fishes: A Guide to Familiar American Species by Herbert Spencer Zim (1955)
  2. Rocks and Minerals by Herbert S. Zim (1957)
  3. Track Finder (Nature Study Guides) by Dorcas Miller (1981)
  4. Mammals (Peterson First Guides) by Peter C. Alden (1987)
  5. Mammals (Peterson Field Guides) by William Henry Burt (1964)
  1. Smithsonian Handbooks: Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises by Mark Carwardine (1992)
  2. The Encyclopedia of Animals: Mammals, Birds, Reptiles, Amphibians by editors) Dr. Harold G. (& others Cogger (1993)
  3. Guide to Field Identification of the Birds of North America by Chandler S. Robbins (1966)
  4. Stokes Beginner's Guide to Bats by Kim Williams (2002)
  5. Pocket Guide to Insects and Spiders by National Audubon Society (1988)

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Very basic. It is geared towards kids, and as a kid, I probably pored over this one. ( )
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Examines the family trees, behavior and habitats of more than 200 common species of mammals in North America.

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Mammals have great economic value as well as their value as pets. This book discusses 218 of the most important of these animals, and provides a key to the major orders and families, including a list of scientific names.

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