162 illustrations of mammals including: camel, capybara, caribou, cat, cattle, cavy, chamois, cheetah, chimpanzee, chinchilla, chipmunk, civet, coati, cougar, cow, coyote, coypu, ctenomys, and cynogale

A carnivorous quadruped, having well developed anal glands secreting civet.

Civet Cat

A carnivorous quadruped, having well developed anal glands secreting civet.

A domestic cat.

Domestic Cat

A domestic cat.

A cat, from Egypt, kept as a pet and used in pest population-control.

Egyptian Cat

A cat, from Egypt, kept as a pet and used in pest population-control.

Kittens playing with a mouse under the fence.

Kittens

Kittens playing with a mouse under the fence.

The color and markings of the wild cat are always nearly the same. They are a brindled sandy gray,(Wood, 1896).

Wild Cat

The color and markings of the wild cat are always nearly the same. They are a brindled sandy gray,(Wood,…

Two cats laying outside.

Cats

Two cats laying outside.

A cat and her kittens

Cats

A cat and her kittens

Three wet cats

Cats

Three wet cats

"The domestic cat, like the domestic dog, has been the companion of man from the earliest periods of history; it is the only one of the cat family that has been generally used in the economy of home." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Angora Cats

"The domestic cat, like the domestic dog, has been the companion of man from the earliest periods of…

Kittens playing in basket.

Kittens Playing

Kittens playing in basket.

Six kittens playing

Six Cats

Six kittens playing

Cattle pictured standing and laying on the ground.

Cattle

Cattle pictured standing and laying on the ground.

A common cow standing in a field.

Domestic Cattle

A common cow standing in a field.

A Durham cow standing in a field.

Durham Cattle

A Durham cow standing in a field.

"The hereford breed are of a medium or dark red color, with white faces and sometimes white on the throat, back and bellies. They mature early, are not excelled for grazing, and make beef of the best quality." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Hereford Cattle

"The hereford breed are of a medium or dark red color, with white faces and sometimes white on the throat,…

Hereford bull and cow. Hereford cattle are used for beef production and are originally from Herefordshire, England.

Hereford Cattle

Hereford bull and cow. Hereford cattle are used for beef production and are originally from Herefordshire,…

"They are hardly breed and large feeders. Holesteins are remarkable rather for the quantity of their milk product than its richness, and, like the Ayrshires, they have been thought better adapted to the manufacture of cheese than butter." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Holstein Cattle

"They are hardly breed and large feeders. Holesteins are remarkable rather for the quantity of their…

"The Jersey cattle has a small deer-like head, muzzle fine and dark and encircled by a light color, horns small, crumpled, and of amber color, chest broad and deep, back straight, tail fine, udder full in form, well up behind and running well forward, milk veins prominent, escutcheon or milk mirror high and broad and full on thighs." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Jersey Cattle

"The Jersey cattle has a small deer-like head, muzzle fine and dark and encircled by a light color,…

"The head is small and finely formed, the eye bright and clear, the horn light in substance and waxy in color; the chest dep, broad, and full, the brisket set prominently forward, the crops or spaces behind the shoulders full, hips wide, lions broad, the hair soft, the skin mellow and elastic; the colors full red, full white, or any combination of these." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Short Horn Cattle

"The head is small and finely formed, the eye bright and clear, the horn light in substance and waxy…

Two men capturing wild cattle for domestic use.

Wild Cattle

Two men capturing wild cattle for domestic use.

A Reindeer age masterpiece painting in four colours of a buffalo. Painted in the Cave of Altamira in Spain.

Reindeer Age Cave painting

A Reindeer age masterpiece painting in four colours of a buffalo. Painted in the Cave of Altamira in…

"This is a burrowing animal, but sometimes avails itself of the excavations of the viscacha for a retreat." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Patagonian Cavy

"This is a burrowing animal, but sometimes avails itself of the excavations of the viscacha for a retreat."…

"In this animal, the fur is soft, its general hue gray, tinted with rufous on the hinder art of the back; throat white, chest whitish; abdomen white, suffused with pale ocherous yellow. It inhabits the interior of Brazil, and is confined to rock districts, where it seeks its retreat in holes among the fragments of the rocks." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Rock Cavy

"In this animal, the fur is soft, its general hue gray, tinted with rufous on the hinder art of the…

"It is of a deep brown color above, paler on the flanks and cheeks, and whitish beneath; it is without spines. The length of the body is three to four inches, and the tail nearly the same." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Brazilian Ceromys

"It is of a deep brown color above, paler on the flanks and cheeks, and whitish beneath; it is without…

"<em>C. porcarius</em>, is of a uniform dark color, almost black, mixed throughout with a dark-green shade, deepest on the head and along the ridge of the back, and paler o the anterior part of the sholders and on the flanks. The hair over the whole body is long and shaggy." &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Chacma

"C. porcarius, is of a uniform dark color, almost black, mixed throughout with a dark-green…

The chamois is a hooved mammal that is very agile on mountainous slopes.

Chamois

The chamois is a hooved mammal that is very agile on mountainous slopes.

"The horns are six or seven inches long, the body about three feet three inches, and the height at the shoulders about two feet. The whole body covered with long hair, hanging down over the sides, of a deep brown color in winter and brownish-fawn color in summer, being in spring slightly mixed with gray; head is of a pale yellow or straw color, with dark band son each side, passing from the root of the ears to the corners of the mouth, and encircling the eyes and base of the horns." &mdash; S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Chamois

"The horns are six or seven inches long, the body about three feet three inches, and the height at the…

"Chamois is a well-known species of the antelope found only in high, mountainous regions, where they feed in small flocks or families, on the highest cliffs affording vegetation. The chamois are exceedingly shy, and have very acute senses, so that it is only by great patience and skill that the hunter can come sufficiently near to shoot them."&mdash;(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Chamois

"Chamois is a well-known species of the antelope found only in high, mountainous regions, where they…

Its size is about that of a well grown goat., and it is so agile that it can clear at a bound crevices 16 to 18 feet wide. The chamois is one of the most wary antelopes, and possesses the power of scenting man at an almost incredible distance, so that the hunting of it is an occupation of extreme difficulty and much danger. Its skin is made into a soft leather.

Chamois

Its size is about that of a well grown goat., and it is so agile that it can clear at a bound crevices…

A goat-antelope species commonly found in Europe.

Chamois

A goat-antelope species commonly found in Europe.

"In size and shape it is between the leopard and the hound. The color is yellowish fawn above, ad nearly pure white beneath. It is covered on the upper parts with numerous black spots, from half an inch to an inch in diameter. A slight mane runs along the neck. The hair generally has a crispness, distinguished it from the softness pf that of the cat's.

Cheetah

"In size and shape it is between the leopard and the hound. The color is yellowish fawn above, ad nearly…

A hunting leopard. Has a short mane crest of hairs passing from the back of he head to the sholders. A very fast runner.

Cheetah

A hunting leopard. Has a short mane crest of hairs passing from the back of he head to the sholders.…

A cheetah, or hunting leopard.

Cheetah

A cheetah, or hunting leopard.

A cheetah and an ocelot.

Cheetah and Ocelot

A cheetah and an ocelot.

"These animals have round heads, like the cats, the short snout, the lips garnished with mustaches, the ears small and oval, the eyes large, staring, and close together. The tail is long and thickly furred, and is frequently carried coiled around the body of the animal." &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Cheirogale

"These animals have round heads, like the cats, the short snout, the lips garnished with mustaches,…

A famous, fast race horse.

Flying Childers

A famous, fast race horse.

The chimpanzee appears more like humans than any other animal and is found in the west part of Africa. It is four to five feet tall, and tends to walk on all-fours, although it may walk occasionally on its hind legs. Its ears are very large and it has long, black coarse hair.

Chimpanzee

The chimpanzee appears more like humans than any other animal and is found in the west part of Africa.…

Monkey, a word loosely applied to apes, baboons, Old and New World monkeys, marmosets and lemurs.

Chimpanzee

Monkey, a word loosely applied to apes, baboons, Old and New World monkeys, marmosets and lemurs.

A large West African Ape. A dark blackish brown hair, flesh-colored hands and feet, arms reaching to the knee, and very large ears, and like the orang in having the hair on its forearm turned backward.

Chimpanzee

A large West African Ape. A dark blackish brown hair, flesh-colored hands and feet, arms reaching to…

"The existing members of the family are referable to at least two genera, the one Africa and the other Asiatic. The first genus, Anthropopithecus, is typified by the West African chimpanzee, A. troglodytes, and is characterized by the absence of excessive elevation in the skull, by the fore limb not reaching more than halfway down the shin, the presence of thirteen pairs of ribs, the well developed great toe, the absence of a centrale in the carpus, and the black or grey hair." &mdash;Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1910

Young Chimpanzee in Tree

"The existing members of the family are referable to at least two genera, the one Africa and the other…

Chimpanzees reading the news paper.

Chimpanzees

Chimpanzees reading the news paper.

A South American rodent.

Chincha

A South American rodent.

"Chinchilla is a genus of South American herbivorous rodents very closely allied to the rabbit, which they resemble in the general shape of the body, in the limbs being longer behind than before, and by the nature of the fur, which is more woolly than silky."&mdash;(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Chinchilla

"Chinchilla is a genus of South American herbivorous rodents very closely allied to the rabbit, which…

A small south American rodent quadruped of the genus Chinchilla, especially C. lanigera; a pika-squirrel. Usually about 10 inches long, with large rounded ears, long hind legs, 5 toes on the fore feet, a long bushy tail, and beautifully fine pearly-gray pelage, in great repute in furriery.

Chinchilla

A small south American rodent quadruped of the genus Chinchilla, especially C. lanigera; a pika-squirrel.…

A squirrel-like rodent common to parts of South America and usually raised to its soft, pale gray fur.

Chinchillas

A squirrel-like rodent common to parts of South America and usually raised to its soft, pale gray fur.

"It is of a grayish color, and sufficiently long for spinning. The little animal which is produces it is size inches long from nose to the root of its tail, with small pointed ears, a short muzzle, teeth like the house-rat, and a tail of moderate length, clothed with delicate fur. It live sin burrows underground and is very fond of being in company with others of its species." &mdash; S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Chinchillas

"It is of a grayish color, and sufficiently long for spinning. The little animal which is produces it…

Chipmunks are in the class of American squirrels.

Chipmunk

Chipmunks are in the class of American squirrels.

A chipmunk

Chipmunk

A chipmunk

A name of a hackee or chirping squirrel of the United States. usually a small striped species about 6 inches long, with a tail about 4 inches long. it is reddish brown in the upper parts and has two white stripes and four black ones on the sides.

Chipmunk

A name of a hackee or chirping squirrel of the United States. usually a small striped species about…

A small striped squirrel.

Chipmunk

A small striped squirrel.

A chipmunk, a ground squirrel belonging to the genus Tamias.

Chipmunk

A chipmunk, a ground squirrel belonging to the genus Tamias.

Tamia Striata. "It is about five inches long, and of a fawn-color above, striped wth five brown and two white bands; beneath, it is white. It is more wild that is preceding, and though it is lively, it has not the agility of the squirrel." &mdash; S. G. Goodrich, 1885

American Chipmunk

Tamia Striata. "It is about five inches long, and of a fawn-color above, striped wth five brown and…

"The animal of this genus are the smallest of the armadillos, and their covering is more simple in its construction than that of any others." &mdash; S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Chlamphorus

"The animal of this genus are the smallest of the armadillos, and their covering is more simple in its…

A chow-chow, a domesticated dog that was imported from China.

Chow-chow

A chow-chow, a domesticated dog that was imported from China.

"These curious animals about three inches long, are exclusively African. They have a chunky body, small eyes, no enternal tail, ears nearly rubimentary, short legs, a strong fore-feet, fitted for burrowing. The hind-feet have four claws, and the fore ones but three." &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Chrysochloris Aurea

"These curious animals about three inches long, are exclusively African. They have a chunky body, small…

There are several species of civet that live in Africa and Asia. All civets have scent-producing glands in a pouch near the genitals. This scent is marketed as a base for perfumes.

Civet

There are several species of civet that live in Africa and Asia. All civets have scent-producing glands…

"Of this genus there are two species. The length of the elongated body of his animal is from two to three fee; the tail about half as long as the body; height from to inches to a foot; hair of the body long, brownish gray, with numerous interrupted, transverse, black bands or spots of the same color." &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Civet

"Of this genus there are two species. The length of the elongated body of his animal is from two to…

An African civet. They are small carnivores, belonging to the family Viverridae, closing resembling cats.

Civet

An African civet. They are small carnivores, belonging to the family Viverridae, closing resembling…

A raccoon like animal with a ringed tail and a pointed snout.

Mexican Coati

A raccoon like animal with a ringed tail and a pointed snout.

An animal related to the racoons.

Red Coati

An animal related to the racoons.