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Adaptations to Aquatic, Arboreal, Fossorial and Cursorial Habits in Mammals. II. Arboreal Adaptations

Louis I. Dublin
The American Naturalist
Vol. 37, No. 443 (Nov., 1903), pp. 731-736
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