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From North Pole to equator: studies of wild life and scenes in many lands,
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From North Pole to equator: studies of wild life and scenes in many lands,

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London,Blackie & son, ltd.,1896.

Subjects

Natural history

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.31063

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Title

From North Pole to equator: studies of wild life and scenes in many lands,

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Brehm, Alfred Edmund, 1829-1884

Thomson, John Arthur, Sir 1861-1933
Thomson, Margaret R.

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Book

Material

Published material

Publication info

London,Blackie & son, ltd.,1896.

Notes:

Title vignette.

Translation of: Vom Nordpol zum aequator, published: 1890.

Contents: Introductory essay by the editor.--The bird-bergs of Lapland.--The tundra and its animal life.--The Asiatic steppes and their fauna.--The forests and sport of Siberia.--The steppes of inner Africa.--The primeval forests of Central Africa.--Migrations of mammals.--Love and courtship among birds.--Apes and monkeys.--Desert journeys.--Nubia and the Nile rapids.--A journey in Siberia.--The heathen Ostiaks.--Nomad herdsmen and herds of the steppes.--Family and social life among the Kirghiz.--Colonists and exiles in Siberia.--An ornithologist on the Danube.

Subjects

Natural history

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QH81 .B83

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English

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LCCN: 01005266
OCLC: 4614130

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.31063

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TY - BOOK
TI - From North Pole to equator: studies of wild life and scenes in many lands,
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PB - Blackie & son, ltd.,
CY - London,
PY - 1896
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AU - Brehm, Alfred Edmund,
AU - Thomson, John Arthur, Sir
AU - Thomson, Margaret R.
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