The Geographical Distribution of Animals: With a Study of the Relations of Living and Extinct Faunas as Elucidating the Past Changes of the Earth's Surface, 1. köide
Harper and brothers, 1876
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absence abundant affinities Africa allied animals appear Arctic Asia Australia belong birds Borneo Celebes Central Central Europe Ceylon changes character characteristic China classed climate closely common comparatively confined connection consider considerable consist Cosmopolite deposits developed distinct distribution district doubt east Eastern Eocene epoch equally Ethiopian Europe European evidence existing extend extinct fact fauna feet forests forms France genera genus groups Guinea Himalayas important India indicated inhabit insects interesting islands Japan Java known land larger latter less limits living Madagascar Malayan mammalia Miocene Moluccas mountains natural Nearctic nearly Neotropical North northern occur ocean Oriental Pal¿arctic peculiar genera perhaps period Philippines Pliocene portion possesses present probably range recent relations remains remarkable represented reptiles resemblance South America southern species sub-region temperate Thibet tropical types Upper various West whole region wholly wide World Zealand zoological