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Fur Bearing Animals [20 Images]

Fur Bearing Animals [20 Images]

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Fur-Bearing Animals: A Monograph of Mustelidae is a significant zoological work authored by Elliott Coues, an American army surgeon and naturalist, and published in the late 19th century. This monograph is dedicated to the Mustelidae family, which includes various mammals known for their fur and their membership in the weasel family. The Mustelidae family encompasses a diverse group of animals, such as weasels, stoats, otters, minks, and martens, among others.

In this comprehensive monograph, Coues provides detailed descriptions and taxonomic information about each species within the Mustelidae family, along with illustrations and insights into their natural history, distribution, and behavior. The work also discusses the economic importance of these animals due to their fur, making it a valuable resource for fur traders and naturalists of the time. Elliott Coues' "Fur-Bearing Animals" remains a reference work in the field of mammalogy, contributing to the understanding and classification of this family of fur-bearing mammals.

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