MAMMALS OF COAHUILA, MÉXICO. MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, VOLUME 9, NO. 7, JUNE 15, 1956
Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Publications, 1956. Hardcover. Item #39999
Most of the 144 kinds of mammals, belonging to 103 species, the live in Coaluila must have the ability to live their entire life spans without the opportunity to drink surface water. This is because most of the State's 58,052 square miles are characterized by pronounced aridity. Pages 125 through 335 with 75 figures, small maps, species and subspecies, and literature cited. Bound in original gray printed wrapper. A very good plus copy.
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