'Fish-tail' projectile points and megamammals: new evidence from Paso Otero 5 (Argentina)
- Growth control in mammalian cells by cell-cell contacts Schafer, A.; Engel, R.; Schutz, S.; Heck, R.; Oesch, F.; Renauer, D.; Wieser, R. J. // Environmental Health Perspectives;Aug1990, Vol. 88, p251
No abstract available.
- Know the News. // Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;1/28/2011, Vol. 80 Issue 15, p4
A quiz about the news encountered in the magazine is presented.
- E pluribus moose. // Backpacker;Sep98, Vol. 26 Issue 7, p20
Discloses that students at Kalifornsky Beach elementary school on Alaska's Kenai Peninsula has voted the moose as the state's official land mammal. Other mammals considered during the election.
- Of quolls and quokkas. Sunquist, F. // International Wildlife;Jul/Aug91, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p12
Offers a look at 13 mammals that are unique in appearance and habit, and are often seen only in the wild. Includes the Binturong, Quokka, Degu, and Spotted-tailed Quoll. Range; Size; Status; Habitat; Favorite food; Physical description.
- A comparison of bottles and snap traps for short-term small mammal sampling Wigley, T. Bently; Thill, Ronald E.; Taulman, James F. // American Midland Naturalist;Jan1992, Vol. 127 Issue 1, p208
No abstract available.
- First look at a new Asian mammal. Weintraub, Boris // National Geographic;Jan95, Vol. 187 Issue 1, preceding p2
Presents a photograph of the previously unknown mammal species `sao la' which was found in Vietnam's Vu Quang Nature Preserve. Death of the mammal due to respiratory and digestive problems.
- Vietnamese animals--lost and found. // Popular Science;Sep93, Vol. 243 Issue 3, p32
Reports that scientists have identified a new mammal, called `Pseudoryx nghetinhensis,' in the dense forests of central Vietnam. Work by British biologist John MacKinnon and Vietnamese scientists; Recent siting of 25 Tonkin snub-nosed monkeys in Vietnam by scientists from Primate Conservation.
- Mammal decline and recovery in Australia. Short, Jeff; Smith, Andrew // Journal of Mammalogy;May94, Vol. 75 Issue 2, p288
Reports that Australia has the worst record for mammal conservation. Extinction of sixteen species; Concentration of the mammal conservation according to history; Success in the control of predators.
- New mammal species found. North, Andrew // Geographical (Campion Interactive Publishing);Oct94, Vol. 66 Issue 10, p9
Reports on the discovery of the new mammal species Vu Quang Ox in the rainforests around the north Vietnamese-Laotain border. Joint expedition from the Vietnamese Ministry of Forestry and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF); Capture of female calf; Animal's features.
- Rescue service for sea animals. // Canadian Geographic;May/Jun92, Vol. 112 Issue 3, p10
Reports on the Nova Scotia Stranding Program (NSSP) which rescues live sea mammals trapped on the province's beaches. Seven rescue calls in its first year (1991) of operation; Assisting scientists worldwide.