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Crocodile in a Tree - An Exhibition on Evolution and Biodiversity


Scheyer, Torsten M; Straehl, Fiona R; Sánchez-Villagra, Marcelo R (2015). Crocodile in a Tree - An Exhibition on Evolution and Biodiversity. Zürich: Scidinge Hall.

Abstract

Evolution and tree-thinking, The origin of crocodylians, Fossil crocodylians from Urumaco, The group of modern crocodylians, Which information does body shape of a crocodylian convey? Form and function, in crocodylians, Biology of crocodylians (Breathing , Locomotion, Heart anatomy, Communication, Skin, Threat and protection, Distribution, Lifespan and reproduction, Diet), Overview of taxa on display, Behind the curtain - the models in the exhibition.

Abstract

Evolution and tree-thinking, The origin of crocodylians, Fossil crocodylians from Urumaco, The group of modern crocodylians, Which information does body shape of a crocodylian convey? Form and function, in crocodylians, Biology of crocodylians (Breathing , Locomotion, Heart anatomy, Communication, Skin, Threat and protection, Distribution, Lifespan and reproduction, Diet), Overview of taxa on display, Behind the curtain - the models in the exhibition.

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Item Type:Monograph
Communities & Collections:07 Faculty of Science > Paleontological Institute and Museum
Dewey Decimal Classification:560 Fossils & prehistoric life
Language:German
Date:2015
Deposited On:30 Sep 2015 16:39
Last Modified:30 May 2016 21:20
Publisher:Scidinge Hall
Number of Pages:87
ISBN:978-3905923-20-9

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