195 illustrations of mammals including: dauw, deer, degu, desman, dhole, dingo, dog, dolphin, donkey, duckbill, dugong, eland, elephant, elk, and equitoon

A dachshund.

Dachshund

A dachshund.

"It is more than nine inches from the muzzle to the insertion of the tail, and the tail itself is twelve inches. The hair upon the body is hard and dry, but not spinous; that on the front is flattened, but on the hinder part it is longer and rougher, and on the upper part of the neck i stands up like a crest." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Dactylomys

"It is more than nine inches from the muzzle to the insertion of the tail, and the tail itself is twelve…

"Its body is generally white, marked with numerous small round black, or reddish-brown spots. The dalmatian is said to be used in his native country for the chase, to be easily broken, and stanch to his work. He has never been thus employed in England or America, but is chiefly distinguished by his fondness for horses, and as being the frequent attendant on the barriages of the wealthy." —Goodrich, 1885

Dalmatian

"Its body is generally white, marked with numerous small round black, or reddish-brown spots. The dalmatian…

A dalmatian.

Dalmatian

A dalmatian.

"Is a foot long, of a brownish gray color above and white below. The skin without the hair is of a blackish violet. It is gregarious, lives in caves, and is a mild, timid, and feeble creature." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Syrian Daman

"Is a foot long, of a brownish gray color above and white below. The skin without the hair is of a blackish…

A dandie dinmont terrier.

Dandie Dinmont Terrier

A dandie dinmont terrier.

A rat—like species native to Australia and Tasmania.

Spotted Dasyure

A rat—like species native to Australia and Tasmania.

Dasyurus viverrinus, a small class of marsupial with a gray or brown coat spotted with white.

Dasyurus viverrinus

Dasyurus viverrinus, a small class of marsupial with a gray or brown coat spotted with white.

"Is of a pale brown color; the underside of the body being whitish; head, body, and upper part of the legs black streaked; tail, inside and lower part of the legs white. This species is a tenant of the plains, and it found occuring in every district noth of the Orange River, as far as travelers have penetrated." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Dauw

"Is of a pale brown color; the underside of the body being whitish; head, body, and upper part of the…

A very beautiful animal, resembling te quagga in some respects, but having the coloring of a zebra.

Dauw

A very beautiful animal, resembling te quagga in some respects, but having the coloring of a zebra.

The fallow deer may easily be known from the stag by its smaller size and flat horns, and the white spots that cover the body, (Wood, 1896).

Deer

The fallow deer may easily be known from the stag by its smaller size and flat horns, and the white…

This is a female deer or roe.

Deer

This is a female deer or roe.

Frame from the story, "Brother and Sister."

Deer

Frame from the story, "Brother and Sister."

The deer is a common mammal of the United States.

Deer

The deer is a common mammal of the United States.

"Head of deer (Cervus schomburgkii), showing antlers." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

Deer Head

"Head of deer (Cervus schomburgkii), showing antlers." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

"In size and general form it nearly resembles the common fallow-deer. The skin is at all times of a rich fawn color spotted with white. The young resemble the parents." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Axis Deer

"In size and general form it nearly resembles the common fallow-deer. The skin is at all times of a…

"Is a smaller, feebler, and more common place in its character than the red deer." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Common Deer

"Is a smaller, feebler, and more common place in its character than the red deer." — S. G. Goodrich,…

A species of deer well known in Britain, being very commonly kepts in parks, as it is also in most parts of Europe.

Fallow Deer

A species of deer well known in Britain, being very commonly kepts in parks, as it is also in most parts…

A common European deer.

Fallow Deer

A common European deer.

"It is about the size of the European fallow-deer, and resmebles it in temper and character; the color is brown in the summer and gray-brown in winter; the fawns are spotted with white; the tail white beneath, and carried erect when running; the length of the body is five feet five and a half; the height three to three and a half; the weight one hundred and twenty to two hundred pounds. In its form it is light and elegant, and in its movements exceedingly graceful." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Female American Deer

"It is about the size of the European fallow-deer, and resmebles it in temper and character; the color…

The Gemul Deer (Furcifer chilensis) is a South American deer with forked horns.

Gemul Deer

The Gemul Deer (Furcifer chilensis) is a South American deer with forked horns.

An illustration of a herd of deer.

Herd of Deer

An illustration of a herd of deer.

A early horned deer during the time period of Miocene.

Early Horned Deer

A early horned deer during the time period of Miocene.

A early horned deer during the time period of Miocene.

Early Horned Deer

A early horned deer during the time period of Miocene.

"It is about the size of the European fallow-deer, and resmebles it in temper and character; the color is brown in the summer and gray-brown in winter; the fawns are spotted with white; the tail white beneath, and carried erect when running; the length of the body is five feet five and a half; the height three to three and a half; the weight one hundred and twenty to two hundred pounds. In its form it is light and elegant, and in its movements exceedingly graceful." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Male American Deer

"It is about the size of the European fallow-deer, and resmebles it in temper and character; the color…

"Is between the common deer and the American elk in size. Its horns are round and twice forked; the body above is brownish gray; the tail ash color above, black near the tipl belly grayish white; hair coarse like that of the elk; the ears long, giving name to the species for their resemblance to those of the mule." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Mule Deer

"Is between the common deer and the American elk in size. Its horns are round and twice forked; the…

The musk deer receives its name from the valuable drug it produces.  Its numbers have been greatly reduced due to its destruction for musk, which is used in the manufacturing of perfume.

Musk Deer

The musk deer receives its name from the valuable drug it produces. Its numbers have been greatly reduced…

"Resembles the roebuck in size and form; the color is a rusty gray, in some cases wavy; the female less than hte male; the yound spotted." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Musk Deer

"Resembles the roebuck in size and form; the color is a rusty gray, in some cases wavy; the female less…

"Is two feet long and nine inches high; the eyes large and brilliant; the tail short; the general color brownish gray. It frequents the thickets near the sea-shore, and feeds principally upon berries." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Napu Musk Deer

"Is two feet long and nine inches high; the eyes large and brilliant; the tail short; the general color…

The goat antelope of the Deccan, which inhabits rocky places.

Ravine Deer

The goat antelope of the Deccan, which inhabits rocky places.

A red deer with big antlers.

Red Deer

A red deer with big antlers.

"The horns of the male are lofty and branching, the female being destitute of these ornaments. In the summer the color is yellowish-brown; in winter it is reddish-brown." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Red Deer

"The horns of the male are lofty and branching, the female being destitute of these ornaments. In the…

One of the largest deer species.

Red Deer

One of the largest deer species.

A large asian deer.

Sambur Deer

A large asian deer.

The Tufted Deer (Elaphodus cephalophus) is a mammal closely related to the muntjac in the Cervidae family of deer.

Tufted Deer

The Tufted Deer (Elaphodus cephalophus) is a mammal closely related to the muntjac in the Cervidae family…

A deerhound.

Deerhound

A deerhound.

A South American hystricomorphic rodent.

Degu

A South American hystricomorphic rodent.

The deinotherium, an extinct elephant-like mammal.

Deinotherium

The deinotherium, an extinct elephant-like mammal.

Deinotherium ("terrible beast"), also called the Hoe tusker was a gigantic prehistoric relative of modern-day elephants that appeared in the Middle Miocene and continued until the Early Pleistocene. During that time it changed very little. In life it probably resembled modern elephants, except that its trunk was shorter, and it had downward curving tusks attached to the lower jaw. Deinotherium is the third largest land mammal known to have existed; only Indricotherium and Mammuthus sungari were larger. Males were generally between 3.5 and 4.5 meters (12 and 15 feet) tall at the shoulders although large specimens may have been up to 5m (16ft). Their weight is estimated to have been between 5 and 10 tonnes (5.5 and 11 US Standard tons), with the largest males weighing in excess of 14 tonnes (15.4 US Standard tons). Deinotherium's range covered parts of Asia, Africa, and Europe.

Deinotherium

Deinotherium ("terrible beast"), also called the Hoe tusker was a gigantic prehistoric relative of modern-day…

A musk rat.

Desman

A musk rat.

"The <em>M. Pyrenacia</em>, found in Pyrenees, is about five inches long: its color is a brownish fawn above the grayish beneath; its claws are strong, and its musky odor very decided." &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Pyrenees Desman

"The M. Pyrenacia, found in Pyrenees, is about five inches long: its color is a brownish fawn…

"<em>M. moscovitica</em>, is seven inches long, of a brown color, and is still more strongly scented. The fish that devour it are penetrated with its odor. The musk is collected and sold to some exent as a perfume. The animal is found in the Volga and the adjacent lakes." &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Russian Desman

"M. moscovitica, is seven inches long, of a brown color, and is still more strongly scented.…

A kind of East Indian Dog. It is moderate in size and a rich bay color. It hunts in packs, and is capable of running down large game.

Dhole

A kind of East Indian Dog. It is moderate in size and a rich bay color. It hunts in packs, and is capable…

"This remarkable bred has the head elongated, the forehead flat, and the ears short and erect, or with a slight direction forward. The body is thickly covered with hair of two kinds, - the one woolly and gray, the other sillk and of a deep yellow or fawn color. he limbs are muscular, and, in their form and proportions, resemble those of a common sheperd's dog." &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Dingo

"This remarkable bred has the head elongated, the forehead flat, and the ears short and erect, or with…

The Australian dog of wolf like appearance and extremely fierce. The ears are short and erect, the tail is rather bushy, and the hir is of a reddish&mdashdun color. it is very destructive to flocks.

Dingo

The Australian dog of wolf like appearance and extremely fierce. The ears are short and erect, the tail…

A Tapir laying down.

Dinotherium

A Tapir laying down.

A huge prehistoric proto-elephant that appeared in the Middle Miocene and continued until the Early Pleistocene.

Dinotherium

A huge prehistoric proto-elephant that appeared in the Middle Miocene and continued until the Early…

Domesticated dogs are found in every region of the world. There are multiple breeds of dogs.

Dog

Domesticated dogs are found in every region of the world. There are multiple breeds of dogs.

Domesticated dogs are found in every region of the world. There are multiple breeds of dogs.

Dog

Domesticated dogs are found in every region of the world. There are multiple breeds of dogs.

Domesticated dogs are found in every region of the world. There are multiple breeds of dogs.

Dog

Domesticated dogs are found in every region of the world. There are multiple breeds of dogs.

Domesticated dogs are found in every region of the world. There are multiple breeds of dogs.

Dog

Domesticated dogs are found in every region of the world. There are multiple breeds of dogs.

Domesticated dogs are found in every region of the world. There are multiple breeds of dogs.

Dog

Domesticated dogs are found in every region of the world. There are multiple breeds of dogs.

Dog facing left.

Dog

Dog facing left.

Dog facing left.

Dog

Dog facing left.

Woodcut.

Dog

Woodcut.

Woodcut.

Dog

Woodcut.

A dog standing and facing right

Dog

A dog standing and facing right

A dog standing and facing left.

Dog

A dog standing and facing left.

Furry dog with leash inside door.

Dog

Furry dog with leash inside door.

A dog

Dog

A dog