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  2. News |

    • ...Thurn notices the presence of turtles on the logs and stems... ...the southern boundary of the habitat of the gray parrot,...
  3. Research |

    • ...approximate in some degree their habitat; and secondly, afford pleasure... ...tanks for terrapin and marine turtles. The whole of the...
  4. Research |

    • ...himself managing the Malay-manned turtle-egg industry); by remaining... ...abortive. Harrisson invokes religion, habitat and "character". He...
  5. Research |

    • ...of the Malay Islands. The habitat of this threatened animal extends... ...Rui or merely of a turtle the spell is broken....
    Scientific American 51, 21238–21239
  6. Research |

    • ...of the families of marine turtles died out (although three... ...mosasaurs that occupied the same habitat did not. Whatever the...
    Scientific American 246, 58–65
  7. Research |

    • ...there is the trade in turtles and their eggs, the... ...noise, disturbance and destruction of habitat. The traders in eagerly...
    • ...most secure parts of the habitat. By and large the... ...What about sn akes and turtles? When a croaker croaks...
    Scientific American 207, 173–185
  8. News and Views |

    • ...sexual dimorphism, geographic variation, habitat differences or the unexpected presence... ...section of modern reptiles, including turtles and snakes. These equations...
  9. Research |

    • ...island of Tortola, meaning “turtle-dove” is unknown It... ...the rainy season when their habitats on the Orinoco River in...
  10. News |

    • ...shark, porpoise, dolphin, or turtle) being visible. Some gulf... ...form and colouring, their floating habitat, and consequently one another,...
  11. News and Views |

    • ...has a wider range of habitats than is usually the case... ...Indian Ocean for the green turtle and is distinguished by the...
  12. Comments and Opinion |

    • ...mahogany and even of live turtles to European shores. In... ...once prevailed in their present habitat. The chapters on the...
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    • ...urea excretion in amphibians, some turtles and mammals has led to...
    • ...us from appearance to function, habitat, movement and reproduction and... ...coral snake, green like a turtle or striped? Reconstructions do...
    Scientific American 239, 28–48
    • ...range is wide: fr9gs, turtles, crayfish, guinea pigs,... ...left over from an old habitat among reeds? Do they...
    Scientific American 225, 106–115
    • ...addition to its world ranging turtles and lizards, the most... ...are accustomed in their respective habitats. When they LEGAL NOTICES...
    Scientific American 120, 262–272
  15. News |

    • ...tough ants the ladybug plays turtle. Ladybugs hunt on the... ...all succinctly described; size and habitat are made clear. THE...
    Scientific American 251, 27–43
    • ...to attain 40 years. A turtle was kept in captivity 150... ...roots need. Plants of wet habitats, like rice, willows and...
    Scientific American 131, 416–420
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    • ...vacant, except for a few turtles and for one curious Rhyncho... ..., adapted "for different local habitat, different modes of feeding,...
  17. News |

    • ...pets. The animals treated are turtles, salamanders, various frog forms... ...box and inset, one special habitat within the region: the...
    Scientific American 231, 144–161