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Sea and land (microform) - an illustrated history of the wonderful and curious things of nature existing before and since the deluge - being a natural history of the sea illustrated by stirring (20028231874)

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Sea and land (microform) - an illustrated history of the wonderful and curious things of nature existing before and since the deluge - being a natural history of the sea illustrated by stirring (20028231874)

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Title: Sea and land (microform) : an illustrated history of the wonderful and curious things of nature existing before and since the deluge ... : being a natural history of the sea illustrated by stirring adventures with whales ... : also a natural history of land-creatures such as lions, ... : to which is appended a description of the cannibals and wild races of the world, their customs, habits, ferocity and curious ways
Identifier: cihm_92985 (find matches)
Year: 1887 (1880s)
Authors: Buel, J. W. (James William), 1849-1920
Subjects: Zoology; Natural history; Zoologie; Sciences naturelles
Publisher: Toronto : J. S. Robertson
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