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Zoological Illustrations by William Swainson

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Zoological Illustrations
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Publisher: Project Gutenberg
ISBN/ASIN: B007V9BDPO

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We have had two principal objects in view: the diffusion of original observations, which, while they might further the ends of science, would also be interesting to the general reader; and that of discouraging the publication of distorted figures copied from old authors, by accustoming the public eye to original designs and correct representations of natural objects.

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