120 illustrations of mammals including: madoqua, magot, mammoth, manatee, mandrill, marmoset, marmot, marten, meerkat, mice, mink, mole, monkey, moose, narwhal, and nylghau

"<em>M. cynomolgus</em>. The hair of this mammal is short, of a brown olive, spotted with black on the body, and a gray on the lower part." &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Buffon Macacus

"M. cynomolgus. The hair of this mammal is short, of a brown olive, spotted with black on the…

"Is probably the smallest of the horned quadrupeds, it being two feet long and fourteen inches high. Its color is similar to that of our common gray squirrel. it lives in pairs in the mountainous districts of Abyssinia. " &mdash; S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Madoqua

"Is probably the smallest of the horned quadrupeds, it being two feet long and fourteen inches high.…

"<em>Magus sylvannus or Macacus innus</em>. It is about eighteen inches long; its head is large, its snout large and long, its nose flat, its face and ears of a lvid flash color; its body thick, and its limbs well knit." &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Magot

"Magus sylvannus or Macacus innus. It is about eighteen inches long; its head is large, its…

A famous horse that won many races back in the day.

Goldsmith Maid

A famous horse that won many races back in the day.

Genus Ceropithecus. A west African monkey.

Malbrouck

Genus Ceropithecus. A west African monkey.

Animals alive today are but a fraction of all that have been before our time. We are continually discovering species of animals long since vanished form the fact of the earth. The mammoth is notable the among fossilized remains that have been found frozen in the ice of northern Siberia. In France this drawing of a mammoth was found, evidently sketched by a man living in that time.

Mammoth

Animals alive today are but a fraction of all that have been before our time. We are continually discovering…

The mammoth was a very large elephant-like animal now extinct.

Mammoth

The mammoth was a very large elephant-like animal now extinct.

Mammoth engraved on a wall.

Mammoth

Mammoth engraved on a wall.

A mammoth with giant tusks.

Mammoth

A mammoth with giant tusks.

Akin to the elephant, existant before the Ice Age.

Mammoth

Akin to the elephant, existant before the Ice Age.

The Russian name of the large extinct elephant closely resembling the Indian elephant, and of which fossil remains have been found in the northern part of North America and Eurasia.

Mammoth

The Russian name of the large extinct elephant closely resembling the Indian elephant, and of which…

The now extinct pachyderm, the mammoth.

Mammoth

The now extinct pachyderm, the mammoth.

The mammoth.

Mammoth

The mammoth.

A type of weasel. Partially web footed, with soft, thick fur like an otter.

Mampalon

A type of weasel. Partially web footed, with soft, thick fur like an otter.

the manatee, an aquatic mammal, is found along both shores of the Atlantic in tropical regions and in the large rivers.

Manatee

the manatee, an aquatic mammal, is found along both shores of the Atlantic in tropical regions and in…

"It is of a gray-black color, nine or ten feet long, and has vestiges of nails on the edges of the flippers, which are used dexterously in creeping and carrying the young." &mdash; S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Manatee

"It is of a gray-black color, nine or ten feet long, and has vestiges of nails on the edges of the flippers,…

An animal native to the waters of South America, Australia, and West Africa. It is herbivorous, subsisting especially on sea moss and plants in shallow water.

Manatee

An animal native to the waters of South America, Australia, and West Africa. It is herbivorous, subsisting…

"Front view of head of American Manatee, showing the eyes, nostrils, and mouth with the lobes of the upper lip divaricated." &mdash;The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

Manatee Face

"Front view of head of American Manatee, showing the eyes, nostrils, and mouth with the lobes of the…

"Front view of head of American Manatee, showing the eyes, nostrils, and mouth with the lip contracted." &mdash;The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

Manatee Face

"Front view of head of American Manatee, showing the eyes, nostrils, and mouth with the lip contracted."…

Manatees are large, fully aquatic marine mammals sometimes known as sea cows. The name manat&iacute; comes from the Ta&iacute;no, a pre-Columbian people of the Caribbean, meaning "breast".

Manatee on Shore

Manatees are large, fully aquatic marine mammals sometimes known as sea cows. The name manatí…

The mandrill is known for its various and brilliant coloration. Its coat is olive brown and it has a brightly colored naked rump, Usually blue or purple, or sometimes red. It has a red line down its muzzle that runs around the nostrils. The sides of the face are blue.

Mandrill

The mandrill is known for its various and brilliant coloration. Its coat is olive brown and it has a…

"The Mandrill is an African baboon. It was well known to the ancients. A full grown male measures about five feet when erect. Mandrills are insectivorous, and in addition to their immense canine teeth approach the Carnivora in many points of anatomical detail."&mdash;(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Mandrill

"The Mandrill is an African baboon. It was well known to the ancients. A full grown male measures about…

The marmosets are distinguished from other monkeys by their sharp and crooked claws. They are skillful in capturing insects, which form a part of their food.

Marmoset

The marmosets are distinguished from other monkeys by their sharp and crooked claws. They are skillful…

A South American monkey.

Marmoset

A South American monkey.

Native to North America and Eurasia. The best known species of North America are the prairie marmot or prairie dog, which occurs in large families on the western plains.

Marmot

Native to North America and Eurasia. The best known species of North America are the prairie marmot…

"Marmot is a popular name of the best known European species of this genus." &mdash; S. G. Goodrich, 1885

European Marmot

"Marmot is a popular name of the best known European species of this genus." — S. G. Goodrich,…

A few marmots in the grass.

Marmots

A few marmots in the grass.

The marten, or pole-cat, is a carnivorous member of the weasel family.

Marten

The marten, or pole-cat, is a carnivorous member of the weasel family.

"Its head is somewhat triangular , the muzzle pointed, the eyes prominent and lively; the body much elongated and very flexible; the tail long, thick, and bushy; the toes naked, but at times, probably in winter, covered beneath with think soft hair. The fur is of two corts - the inner extremely soft, short, copious, and of a light, yellowish-gray color; the outer very long, shining, ash-colored at the roots, brown at hte extremity, but of different degrees of intensity at different parts of the body." &mdash; S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Marten

"Its head is somewhat triangular , the muzzle pointed, the eyes prominent and lively; the body much…

A carnivorous animal allied to the weasel. Its fur is used in making hats and muffs.

Marten

A carnivorous animal allied to the weasel. Its fur is used in making hats and muffs.

The American marten (Martes americana) is a North American member of the Mustelidae family, sometimes referred to as the Pine Marten. The term Pine Marten is also used to refer to a separate Martes species from Europe. It differs from the fisher (Martes pennanti) in that it is smaller in size, has a pelage which is usually brown with an irregularly shaped chest-patch that is lighter in color.

American Marten

The American marten (Martes americana) is a North American member of the Mustelidae family, sometimes…

The Fisher (Martes pennanti) is a marten in the Mustelidae family of weasels.

Fisher Marten in Tree

The Fisher (Martes pennanti) is a marten in the Mustelidae family of weasels.

The pine marten lives most of its life in trees, but does hunt on the ground. It feeds primarily on mice, squirrel, birds, frogs and fish.

Pine Marten

The pine marten lives most of its life in trees, but does hunt on the ground. It feeds primarily on…

"Is eighteen inches long, with a tail nearly as long as the body; its fur is chestnut-color, spotted with white. it feeds on small quadrupeds, and, when impelled by hunger, occasionally snaps up birds among the marshes." &mdash; S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Spotted Martin

"Is eighteen inches long, with a tail nearly as long as the body; its fur is chestnut-color, spotted…

A full body picture of a long-jawed mastodon during the time period of Miocene.

Long-jawed Mastodon

A full body picture of a long-jawed mastodon during the time period of Miocene.

"Tolypeutes. It is about fifteen inches long, and having the faculty of rolling itself into a ball, is called <em>Belita</em>, or Little Ball, by the Spaniards. This is in fact its usual mode of escape or defense, as the animal doe snot burrow, and has not sufficient speed for flight." &mdash; S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Mataco

"Tolypeutes. It is about fifteen inches long, and having the faculty of rolling itself into a ball,…

A kind of weasel in South Africa.

African Meerkat

A kind of weasel in South Africa.

"They have long hindlegs, somewhat like gerboas, rather large ears, long tails, and a remarkable long, proboscis-like nose." &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Elephant Mice

"They have long hindlegs, somewhat like gerboas, rather large ears, long tails, and a remarkable long,…

Two common field mice in tall grass.

Field Mice

Two common field mice in tall grass.

"The mink has a long slender body, the color varying in different species, is generally dark brown, with a light spot under the throat. When seen in the woods or fields the animal appears black, and hence "black as a mink" is a proverbial expression among us." &mdash; S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Mink

"The mink has a long slender body, the color varying in different species, is generally dark brown,…

The common name of several species of fur-bearing quadrupeds, allied to the polecat. Several species are native to America and Eurasia.

Mink

The common name of several species of fur-bearing quadrupeds, allied to the polecat. Several species…

"<em>Genus</em> Eriodes. These have long prehensile tails, with a callosity under the extremity, as in the proceeding genus and that of the ateles. The species are intermediary between the owlers and spider monkeys, in size, form, and character. Three species are known: <em>E. hemidactylus, E. tuberifer,</em> and <em>E. arachnoides.</em>" &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Miriki

"Genus Eriodes. These have long prehensile tails, with a callosity under the extremity, as…

The eyes of the mole are very small, but its hearing and smell are acute. Its fur is fine and soft, and doesn't retain dirt although it is constantly surrounded by it. Its front paws are very large and strong and used for digging.

Mole

The eyes of the mole are very small, but its hearing and smell are acute. Its fur is fine and soft,…

Moles are well fitted for digging by the very large front feet and strong muscles of the front legs. Th eyes have become rudimentary because they live in darkness.

Mole

Moles are well fitted for digging by the very large front feet and strong muscles of the front legs.…

Moles are nocturnal, burrowing animals, and the feet have strong digging claws.

Mole

Moles are nocturnal, burrowing animals, and the feet have strong digging claws.

A common mole.

Mole

A common mole.

An insectivorous animal having a barrel-shaped body, very broad fore feet adapted for digging, and burrows immediately below the surface of the ground in search of insect larva and worms.

Mole

An insectivorous animal having a barrel-shaped body, very broad fore feet adapted for digging, and burrows…

Moles are the majority of the members of the mammal family Talpidae in the order Soricomorpha. Although most moles burrow, some species are aquatic or semi-aquatic. Moles have cylindrical bodies covered in fur, with small or covered eyes; the ears are generally not visible. They eat small invertebrate animals living underground. Moles can be found almost anywhere in North America, Europe and Asia, although they are not found in Ireland.

Mole

Moles are the majority of the members of the mammal family Talpidae in the order Soricomorpha. Although…

The Cape Mole Rat (Georychus capensis) is a rodent in the Bathyergidae family of blesmols and was also known as the Cape Sand-mole.

Cape Mole Rat

The Cape Mole Rat (Georychus capensis) is a rodent in the Bathyergidae family of blesmols and was also…

"<em> T. Europaea</em>, is found in most parts of Europe, and is well known for its curious cylindrical form, and hte blackness or its velvet-like coat. Its eyelids are open, and it has been proved by experiment to have the power of sight." &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Common Mole

" T. Europaea, is found in most parts of Europe, and is well known for its curious cylindrical…

A mole with a metallic goldish colored fur.

Gold Mole

A mole with a metallic goldish colored fur.

The head of a common mole, showing snout and teeth.

Head of a Mole

The head of a common mole, showing snout and teeth.

A mole whose nose resembles that of a star.

Star Nosed Mole

A mole whose nose resembles that of a star.

A mole whose nose is oddly shaped in a star-like fashion.

Star-Nosed Mole

A mole whose nose is oddly shaped in a star-like fashion.

"They are distinguished by a long body, a long head terminating in a long flexible snout, with which they root in the ground. They are nearly the size of a vat; the color is fawn, mixed with gray and black, becomming paler on the under parts." &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Coati Mondi

"They are distinguished by a long body, a long head terminating in a long flexible snout, with which…

The Broad-Striped Malagasy Mongoose (Galidictis fasciata) is a small mammal in the Eupleridae family of carnivores native to Madagascar.

Broad-Striped Malagasy Mongoose

The Broad-Striped Malagasy Mongoose (Galidictis fasciata) is a small mammal in the Eupleridae family…

A monkey in a tree.

Monkey

A monkey in a tree.

A monkey in a tree

Monkey

A monkey in a tree

A monkey swinging, in the circus.

Monkey

A monkey swinging, in the circus.

A name commonly applied to the whole order of quadrumanous mammals, but the term is limited in its application by some writers to those having a well developed tail and generally cheek pouches, but they exclude baboons, apes, and lemurs.

Monkey

A name commonly applied to the whole order of quadrumanous mammals, but the term is limited in its application…