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" ... of the dense enamel, the inference is plain that the ligneous fibre must have entered in a larger proportion into the food of such extinct species. Forests of hardy trees and shrubs still grow upon the frozen soil of Siberia, and skirt the banks of... "
The American Journal of Science and Arts - Página 17
1847
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The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as ..., Volumen74

...augmented complexity, arising from a greater number of triturating plates, and a greater profusion of the dense enamel, the inference is plain that the...Europe, arboreal vegetation extends ten degrees nearer to the pole, and the dental organization of the mammoth proves that it might have derived subsistence...
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A History of British Fossil Mammals, and Birds

Richard Owen - 1846 - 560 páginas
...the most tempting, as it is the most succulent part of the boughs devoured ; but the relation of the complex molars to the comminution of the coarser vegetable...skirt the banks of the Lena as far north as latitude 60o. In Europe arboreal vegetation extends ten degrees nearer the pole, and the dental organization...
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Zoological Recreations

William John Broderip - 1847 - 380 páginas
...augmented complexity, arising from a greater number of triturating plates, and a greater profusion of the dense enamel, the inference is plain that the...Europe, arboreal vegetation extends ten degrees nearer to the pole, and the dental organization of the mammoth proves that it might have derived subsistence...
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Zoological Recreations

William John Broderip - 1849 - 384 páginas
...complexity, arising from a greater number of triturating plates, and a greater profusion of the denseenamel, the inference is plain that the ligneous fibre must...Europe, arboreal vegetation extends ten degrees nearer to the pole, and the dental organization of the mammoth proves that it might have derived subsistence...
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The Geological Observer

Henry Thomas De La Beche - 1851 - 695 páginas
...of construction in the molar teeth, but with augmented complexity, arising from a greater number of triturating plates, and a greater proportion of the...leafless branches of trees, in regions covered during a part of the year with snow." — p. 267. season (the northern summer), the mammoths would be arrested...
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The Geological Observer

Henry Thomas De La Beche - 1851 - 695 páginas
...of construction in the molar teeth, but with augmented complexity, arising from a greater number of triturating plates, and a greater proportion of the...skirt the banks of the Lena as far north as latitude 6O°. In Europe arboreal vegetation extends ten degrees nearer the pole ; and the dental organization...
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The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist, Volumen1

1857
...fibre must have entered in a larger proportion into the food of such extinct species. Forests of hard j trees and shrubs still grow upon the frozen soil of...dental organization of the mammoth proves that it might hare derived subsistence from the leafless branches of trees, in regions covered during a great part...
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Natural History: Or, Second Division of "The English Encyclopedia"

Charles Knight - 1866
...respect the structure of the teeth of the extinct species was analogous to that of the recent ones. Forests of hardy trees and shrubs still grow upon the frozen soil of Siberia, and it is not unreasonable to suppose that at the time the Mammoth existed in the north of Europe it possessed...
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The English Cyclopaedia

1867
...respect the structure of the teeth of the extinct species was analogous to that of the recent ones. Forests of hardy trees and shrubs still grow upon the frozen soil of Siberia, and it is not unreasonable to suppose that at the time the Mammoth existed in the north of Europe it possessed...
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The American Naturalist, Volúmenes1-2

1869
...aside such objections, observing that "forests of hardy trees and shrubs still grow upon the fro/en soil of Siberia, and skirt the banks of the Lena, as far north as latitude (!<)°. In Europe, arboreal veg* Owen's British Fossil Mammals and Birds. etatiou extends teil degrees...
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