10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DINOTHERIUM»
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Arcana of Science and Art, Or an Annual Register of Popular ...
At a meeting of the Academy of Sciences on the 26th of March, 1837, Mr.
Blainville read a communication detailing his views, in which he says : — - " The
Dinotherium was an animal of the family of the Lamantins or Aquatic Gravigrades
Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ...
The portion of the molar tooth was obtained from the same locality as the femur,
and Professor Owen observes that if it belong, as is most probable, to the same
animal, it proves that animal to be most nearly allied to Dinotherium and
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of modern husbandry. The weight of the head, placed above these downward
tusks, would add to their efficiency for the service here supposed, as the power of
the harrow is increased by loading it with weights. The tusks of the dinotherium ...
Geology and mineralogy considered with reference to natural ...
It has been already stated, in our account of the Mammalia of the Miocene period
of the tertiary series, that the most abundant remains of the Dinotherium are
found at Epplesheim, in the province of Hesse Darmstadt, and are described, in a
The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal
_.( JfK,ra„/. ,._,_. ,.:., 11. Dinotherium giganteum. — It is said there has been lately
found in the neighbourhood of Eppelsheim, at a depth of 28 feet, the head of the
Dinotherium giganteum, the most colossal fossil quadruped hitherto discovered.
Natural History: Or, Second Division of "The English ...
Skull of Dinotherium giganteum, Been from above. of the skull of the same ; a,
posterior part of the skull, seen from the occipital condyle and foramen, &c. ; b,
roof of the mouth the interval between the rows widening from before In this view
The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View ...
Dinotherium giganteum. — It is said there has been lately found in the
neighbourhood of Eppelsheim, at a depth of 28 feet, the head of the Dinotherium
giganteum, the most colossal fossil quadruped hitherto discovered. The head is
in a state ...
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No such disadvantage would have attended this structure in a large animal
destined to live in water ; and the aquatic habits of the family of Tapirs, to which
the Dinotherium was most nearly allied, render it probable, that, like them, it was
The English Cyclopaedia: Division. Geography. 4v. and Suppl
DINOTHERIUM. DINOTHERIUM. 350 Skull of DinMheniiin ¡/iaiiali-uai, seen from
above. Skull of the same, seen from below. Portions of the skull of the 'same ; a,
posterior part of the skull, seen from below, showing the oecipital condyle and ...
Catalogue of Casts of Fossils: From the Principal Museums of ...
119- Dinotherium levius. UPPER MoLARs, FULL sET. From the same locality and
Museum. Size, 12 x 11. Price, $3.50. No. 120. Dinotherium levius. THREE
ANTERIOR MOLARS, LowER JAW, RIGHT RAMUS. From the same locality and
Henry Augustus Ward, 1866
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «DINOTHERIUM»
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Vor 100 Jahren: Forscher aus München entdeckt den größten Raub …
... Das Dinotherium-Museum in Eppelsheim (zusammen mit Dr. Jens Lorenz Franzen und Heiner Roos), Höhlenlöwen, Der Höhlenlöwe, Der ... «OPEN-REPORT - Online-Magazin, Jun 15»
Ludwig Leichhardt and the theory of evolution
... genus Mastodon or Dinotherium'. In other words, Owen was convinced that relatives of modern elephants had roamed in the Australian bush. «ABC Online, Nov 13»