213 illustrations of mammals including: rabbit, raccoon, ram, rat, reindeer, rhinoceros, rodent, roebuck, roodebok, saki, sea otter, seal, setter, sewellel, sheep, shrew, skunk, sloth, squirrel, and stag

"The difference between the hare and this animal is numerous and striking. In a state of nature, the rabbit is considerably less than the hare; ears are shorter than the head; the tail is not so long as the thigh; and th whole action and motion of the animal are less vigorous and fleet than those of the hare." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Rabbit

"The difference between the hare and this animal is numerous and striking. In a state of nature, the…

A cotton-tail rabbit.

Rabbit

A cotton-tail rabbit.

A rabbit

Rabbit

A rabbit

A rabbit

Rabbit

A rabbit

A rabbit hopping

Rabbit

A rabbit hopping

A rabbit

Rabbit

A rabbit

A rabbit

Rabbit

A rabbit

A rabbit

Rabbit

A rabbit

A rabbit

Rabbit

A rabbit

A rabbit

Rabbit

A rabbit

A genus of rodent mammals belonging to the same family as the hares, though they are smaller and have shorter ears and hind legs. It is thought that rabits were found originally in the western portion of the mediterranean basin, but they have been widely naturalized and are met with in all regions, except, those extremely cold.

Rabbit

A genus of rodent mammals belonging to the same family as the hares, though they are smaller and have…

Wild rabbits are brownish in color with long erect ears.

Rabbit

Wild rabbits are brownish in color with long erect ears.

A small mammal with many varieties popular as pets.

Rabbit

A small mammal with many varieties popular as pets.

A rabbit hopping in the woods.

Rabbit

A rabbit hopping in the woods.

The jack-rabbit, with his ears perched.

Jack-Rabbit

The jack-rabbit, with his ears perched.

Three rabbits

Rabbits

Three rabbits

Two rabbits

Rabbits

Two rabbits

Rabbits hopping

Rabbits

Rabbits hopping

Twelve rabbits sitting in a row.

Rabbits

Twelve rabbits sitting in a row.

Rabbits are small mammals in the family Leporidae of the order Lagomorpha, found in several parts of the world. There are seven different genera in the family classified as rabbits.

Rabbits

Rabbits are small mammals in the family Leporidae of the order Lagomorpha, found in several parts of…

A group of rabbits hopping around a large pine tree.

Rabbits Hopping

A group of rabbits hopping around a large pine tree.

A drawing of three rabbits.

Three Rabbits

A drawing of three rabbits.

Raccoon, a tree-climbing, nocturnal animal belonging to the bear family and restricted to North and South america.

Raccoon

Raccoon, a tree-climbing, nocturnal animal belonging to the bear family and restricted to North and…

"The raccoon is about twenty-six inches long; the tail eight inches; the weight twenty to twenty-five pounds. Its head is rather round, the nose flexible, and the expression of the face cunning, sly, and foxy. The feet are plantigrade. The general color of the fur is blackish-gray, but paler on the under part of the body." —Goodrich, 1885

Raccoon

"The raccoon is about twenty-six inches long; the tail eight inches; the weight twenty to twenty-five…

An American quadruped mammal of the bear family, which is found from Canada to the tropics. The head is broad behind with the muzzle narrow, the ears short, and the tail ringed and moderately long.

Raccoon

An American quadruped mammal of the bear family, which is found from Canada to the tropics. The head…

A North American woodland creature notorious for it's curiosity and ringed eyes and tail.

Raccoon

A North American woodland creature notorious for it's curiosity and ringed eyes and tail.

A nocturnal, omnivorous mammal.

Raccoon

A nocturnal, omnivorous mammal.

An American plantigrade carnivorous mammal, the common raccoon being the Procyon lotor. It is about the same size as a fox, and its grayish-brown fur is deemed valuable.

Common Raccoon

An American plantigrade carnivorous mammal, the common raccoon being the Procyon lotor. It is about…

"The raccoon is about twenty-six inches long; the tail eight inches; the weight twenty to twenty-five pounds. Its head is rather round, the nose flexible, and the expression of the face cunning, sly, and foxy. The feet are plantigrade. The general color of the fur is blackish-gray, but paler on the under part of the body." —Goodrich, 1885

Crab-Eating Raccoon

"The raccoon is about twenty-six inches long; the tail eight inches; the weight twenty to twenty-five…

"The Raccoon, or Racoon, is a handsome animal, about the size of a large cat, brown furry hair, tail bushy and ringed; body large and unwieldy, legs short, feet with strong fossorial claws. It is omnivorous and ranges over a large part of North America, where it is hunted for its fur. The crab-eating raccoon of South America, ranging as far N. as Panama, differs chiefly from the former in the shortness of its fur, and consequent slender shape."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Procyon Lotor Raccoon

"The Raccoon, or Racoon, is a handsome animal, about the size of a large cat, brown furry hair, tail…

An animal about two feet long, stout body, bushy ringed tail, short limbs, pointed ears, broad face, and sharp snout. Usually washes its food before eating it.

Racoon

An animal about two feet long, stout body, bushy ringed tail, short limbs, pointed ears, broad face,…

The animal which carried the palgue germs into over fifty countries.

Rat

The animal which carried the palgue germs into over fifty countries.

Rat.

Rat

Rat.

A class of rodent mammals belonging to the mouse family, but including only the larger species. A number of species have been described. They infest houses, barns, and ships.

Rat

A class of rodent mammals belonging to the mouse family, but including only the larger species. A number…

A mole—rat having the eyes open, though very small, ears naked and very short, thumb rudimentary, tail short and hartially haired, and general fom robust.

Bamboo Rat

A mole—rat having the eyes open, though very small, ears naked and very short, thumb rudimentary,…

A common rat of the genus Rattus. Mostly infects houses and spreads diseases.

Black Rat

A common rat of the genus Rattus. Mostly infects houses and spreads diseases.

A common brown rat. Lives in houses of thier own construction. Lives in everything from meadows to human houses.

Brown Rat

A common brown rat. Lives in houses of thier own construction. Lives in everything from meadows to human…

A brown rat eating a carrot.

Brown Rat

A brown rat eating a carrot.

The Hispid Cotton Rat (Sigmodon hispidus) is a small rodent in the Cricetidae family of New World rats and mice.

Hispid Cotton Rat

The Hispid Cotton Rat (Sigmodon hispidus) is a small rodent in the Cricetidae family of New World rats…

A rat having a long scaly tail, and lacks the spines in the pelage which most of this group of hedgehog rats possess.

Hedgehog Rat

A rat having a long scaly tail, and lacks the spines in the pelage which most of this group of hedgehog…

A medium sized rat with hind legs like a kangaroo. Mostly found in Rocky Mountain regions.

Kangaroo Rat

A medium sized rat with hind legs like a kangaroo. Mostly found in Rocky Mountain regions.

A common musk rat.

Musk Rat

A common musk rat.

A book name of the Cuban hutia&mdashconga.

Pilori Rat

A book name of the Cuban hutia&mdashconga.

"Is a mild, timid creature, of the size of a rabbit; the body is formed somewhat like that of a rat, but the fore-legs are exceedingly sort and the hind ones long, so that the animals move by long heaps on the latter, like the kangaroos." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Potoroo Rat

"Is a mild, timid creature, of the size of a rabbit; the body is formed somewhat like that of a rat,…

"Is of a reddish-brown color above, and dark-brown below; the body, which is stout and cylindrical, is seven to eight inches long, the tail two and a quarter. The cheek pouches, one on each side, open externally, so that food can be taken out and carried round to the mouth." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Pouched Rat

"Is of a reddish-brown color above, and dark-brown below; the body, which is stout and cylindrical,…

Petromys Typicus. "These animals move upon the hind-legs, which are not much larger than the fore-ones; the tail is nearly as long as the body. One species only is known, the "rock-rat" which is about seven inches long, and the tail five and a half inches; it is of a reddish color, and builds its nest among stones and in the crevices of the rocks. It is found in southwestern Africa, in the region of Orange River." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Rock Rat

Petromys Typicus. "These animals move upon the hind-legs, which are not much larger than the fore-ones;…

Hapalotis Albipes. "Nearly the size of a rabbit, but of mouse-like form, and is chiefly found in New South Whales." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

White Footed Tree Rat

Hapalotis Albipes. "Nearly the size of a rabbit, but of mouse-like form, and is chiefly found in New…

"The hair is stiff and wiry; body above, from the top of the head to the root of the tail, dull ash-gray, whitest towad the head; muzzle, space round the eyes and ears, limbs, all the under parts, the rest of the tail, black; claws on the fore-feet long, the middle three longest, the internal claw placed much more backward than the rest; bulk about that of the badger; total length three feet, the tail about a sixth of this length." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Cape Ratel

"The hair is stiff and wiry; body above, from the top of the head to the root of the tail, dull ash-gray,…

A species of mammals of the deer family, native to the northern regions of Eurasia. It has long been domesticated in Scandinavia, especially among the Laplanders, and in the northern parts of Asia, but is still found in the wild state in Spitzbergen and other sections of northern Eurasia.

Reindeer

A species of mammals of the deer family, native to the northern regions of Eurasia. It has long been…

A deer like mammal with velvety antlers.

Reindeer

A deer like mammal with velvety antlers.

A species of deer found in the northern parts of Europe and Asia. It has branched, recurved, round antlers, the summits of which are palmated; the antlers of the male are much larger than those of the females.

Reindeer

A species of deer found in the northern parts of Europe and Asia. It has branched, recurved, round antlers,…

The reindeer (Rangifer tarandus), also known as the caribou when wild in North America, is an Arctic and Subarctic-dwelling deer, widespread and numerous across the northern Holarctic.

Reindeer

The reindeer (Rangifer tarandus), also known as the caribou when wild in North America, is an Arctic…

Also known as the caribou. It is part of the deer family, commonly found in the Artic and Subartic.

Reindeer

Also known as the caribou. It is part of the deer family, commonly found in the Artic and Subartic.

This one-horned rhinoceros is an Asian breed. The skin of an Asian rhino is rougher and more folded than its African counterpart.

Rhinoceros

This one-horned rhinoceros is an Asian breed. The skin of an Asian rhino is rougher and more folded…

This one-horned rhinoceros is an Asian breed. The skin of an Asian rhino is rougher and more folded than its African counterpart.

Rhinoceros

This one-horned rhinoceros is an Asian breed. The skin of an Asian rhino is rougher and more folded…

An animal allied to the elephant, tapir, and hippopotamus, and next to the elephant the most powerful now living.

Rhinoceros

An animal allied to the elephant, tapir, and hippopotamus, and next to the elephant the most powerful…

Large, thick-skinned, herbivorous mammals.

Rhinoceros

Large, thick-skinned, herbivorous mammals.

"Rhinoceros Atelodus, with two well-marked species, peculiar to Africa. Incisors rudimentary or wanting, well-developed anterior and posterior horns in close contact; skin without definite permanent folds. R. bicornis, the common two-horned rhinoceros, is the smaller, and has a pointed prehensile lip. It ranges from Abyssinia to Cape Colony, but the progress of civilization and the attacks of sportsmen are rapidly reducing its numbers. Two varieties are said to exist, the square-mouthed, or white rhinoceros, has a square truncated lip, browses on grasses and frequents open country. It is the largest of the family, an adult male standing over six feet at the shoulder."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Rhinoceros Bicornis

"Rhinoceros Atelodus, with two well-marked species, peculiar to Africa. Incisors rudimentary or wanting,…

"Rhinoceros– there are two well-marked species: Rhinoceros unicornis, with a single horn, and well marked folds in the skin; R. sondaicus, the Javan rhinoceros, is smaller and distinguished by the different arrangement of the folds of the skin, and by the small size or absence of the horn in the female. Found near Calcutta, in Burma, Malay Peninsula, Java, Sumatra, and probably Borneo."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Rhinoceros Indicus

"Rhinoceros– there are two well-marked species: Rhinoceros unicornis, with a single horn, and…

"The head and neck are rather short; the eye is small and lateral, and the snimal cannot see in front, more particularly when the horn is full grown, as it stands in the way of vision. The body is about nine feet long and give feet high; in its structure it is perculiarly massive, heavy, and hog-like, and often weighing six thousand pounds." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Indian Rhinoceros

"The head and neck are rather short; the eye is small and lateral, and the snimal cannot see in front,…