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" the South American continent, its long isolation from the rest of the land surface of the globe, and the persistence through countless ages of all the conditions requisite for the development and increase of varied forms of animal life. "
THE GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF ANIMALS. - Page 9
by ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE - 1876
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The Gentleman's Magazine, 253. köide

1882
...detail this "single family of birds, without being profoundly impressed with the vast antiquity of the South American continent, its long isolation from...development and increase of varied forms of animal life." The curassows are distant relatives of the mound-birds of Australia; and the tinamous possess affinities...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, 253. köide

1882
...in detail this single family of birds, without being profoundly impressed with the vast antiquity of the South American continent, its long isolation from...development and increase of varied forms of animal life.” The curassows are distant relatives of the mound-birds of Australia; and the tinamous possess affinities...
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Studies in Life and Sense

Andrew Wilson - 1887 - 354 lehte
...in detail this single family of birds, without being profoundly impressed with the vast antiquity of the South American continent, its long isolation from...development and increase of varied forms of animal life." The curassows are distant relatives of the mound-birds of Australia, and the tinamous possess affinities...
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Studies in Life and Sense

Andrew Wilson - 1898 - 354 lehte
...in detail this single family of birds, without being profoundly impressed with the vast antiquity of the South American continent, its long isolation from...development and increase of varied forms of animal life." The curassows are distant relatives of the mound-birds of Australia, and the tinamous possess affinities...
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