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

An illustration of a severely skinny dog.

Skinny Dog

An illustration of a severely skinny dog.

"The Clumber spaniel, so called from the breed having originated at Clumber, in Nottinghamshire, a seat of the Duke of Newcastle."—Finley, 1917

Clumber Spaniel

"The Clumber spaniel, so called from the breed having originated at Clumber, in Nottinghamshire, a seat…

"The Cocker spaniel is a much smaller breed of spaniel. They hunt nearly mute."—Finley, 1917

Cocker Spaniel

"The Cocker spaniel is a much smaller breed of spaniel. They hunt nearly mute."—Finley, 1917

"The field spaniel, a dog to which very great attention has been paid by breeders and fanciers, who have lengthened its body and shortened its legs at the expense of symmetry."—Finley, 1917

Field Spaniel

"The field spaniel, a dog to which very great attention has been paid by breeders and fanciers, who…

"The Japanese spaniel, sometimes called the 'sleeve dog', is black and white in color; coat massive and very silky; tail tightly curled over its back, with flowering plume; very diminutive, some specimens weighing under four pounds."—Finley, 1917

Japanese Spaniel

"The Japanese spaniel, sometimes called the 'sleeve dog', is black and white in color; coat massive…

"The King Charles spaniel, a breed of toy spaniel. It is black and tan."—Finley, 1917

King Charles Spaniel

"The King Charles spaniel, a breed of toy spaniel. It is black and tan."—Finley, 1917

A huge dog that is peculiar to the Alps.

St. Bernard

A huge dog that is peculiar to the Alps.

A large breed of dog from the Italian and Swiss Alps.

St. Bernard

A large breed of dog from the Italian and Swiss Alps.

"The Staghound is the Scotch deerhound, called also the wolf dog, a breed that is rapidly dying out. These dogs hunt chiefly by sight and are used for stalking deer, for which purpose a cross between the rough Scotch greyhound and colley or the foxhound is also often employed. True staghounds are wiry-coated, shaggy, generally yellowish-gray, but the most valuable are dark iron-gray, with white breast."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Staghound

"The Staghound is the Scotch deerhound, called also the wolf dog, a breed that is rapidly dying out.…

You see this dog dragging along a rope which he holds in his mouth, because he does not have hands (Hooker, 1886)..

Stylized Dog

You see this dog dragging along a rope which he holds in his mouth, because he does not have hands (Hooker,…

A black and tan terrior from Swindon.

Terrier

A black and tan terrior from Swindon.

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

Scottish Terrier

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

"The Skye Terrier came originally from the Isle of Skye in Scotland, where it was kept for destroying foxes."—Finley, 1917

Skye Terrier

"The Skye Terrier came originally from the Isle of Skye in Scotland, where it was kept for destroying…

A breed of dog.

Skye Terrier

A breed of dog.

Four dogs standing around, alert.

Dogs

Four dogs standing around, alert.

Two dogs

Dogs

Two dogs

Two dogs

Dogs

Two dogs

Dogs in the waiting room

Dogs

Dogs in the waiting room

Dogs getting a bath

Dogs

Dogs getting a bath

An illustration of two dogs playing.

Two Dogs Playing

An illustration of two dogs playing.

The common Dolphin is distinguished by a single blow-hole and numerous conical teeth.

Dolphin

The common Dolphin is distinguished by a single blow-hole and numerous conical teeth.

Aquatic mammals related to whales and porpoises.

Dolphin

Aquatic mammals related to whales and porpoises.

A porpoise with a longer, sharper nose. Usually 6 feet in length.

Dolphin

A porpoise with a longer, sharper nose. Usually 6 feet in length.

A dolphin diving under water.

Dolphin

A dolphin diving under water.

A dolphin with about 120 teeth, 50 vertebrae, extremely narrow jaw, no pelvic bone, rudimentary eyes, and obsolete dorsal fin.

Gangetic Dolphin

A dolphin with about 120 teeth, 50 vertebrae, extremely narrow jaw, no pelvic bone, rudimentary eyes,…

Risso's Dolphin is the only species in the Genus Grampus. It is also known as Cuvier's whale or Gray Grampus.

Risso's Dolphin

Risso's Dolphin is the only species in the Genus Grampus. It is also known as Cuvier's whale or Gray…

Donkey in a stable.

Donkey

Donkey in a stable.

Donkey with saddle.

Donkey

Donkey with saddle.

A beast of burden of the horse family, having a peculiarly harsh bray, and long, slouching ears.

Donkey

A beast of burden of the horse family, having a peculiarly harsh bray, and long, slouching ears.

A donkey.

Donkey

A donkey.

A donkey carrying a travelers belongings.

Donkey

A donkey carrying a travelers belongings.

Hoofed mammals, resembling horses but having a smaller build.

Donkey

Hoofed mammals, resembling horses but having a smaller build.

A donkey.

Donkey

A donkey.

An illustration of a child being kicked by a donkey.

Donkey Kicking Child

An illustration of a child being kicked by a donkey.

Two donkeys racing with people riding on them.

Donkey Race

Two donkeys racing with people riding on them.

The tame donkey used as a beast of burden.

Domestic Donkey

The tame donkey used as a beast of burden.

A tame donkey with a off-white coat.

White Donkey

A tame donkey with a off-white coat.

A wild donkey.

Wild Donkey

A wild donkey.

The native name of one small, large-eyed, nocturnal South American monkeys.

Douroucouli

The native name of one small, large-eyed, nocturnal South American monkeys.

Duckbills are a primitive family of egg-laying, semi-aquatic mammals.

Duckbill

Duckbills are a primitive family of egg-laying, semi-aquatic mammals.

The dugong is closeley related to the manatee. It has no hind limbs, but its forelimbs are converted into paddles. Its nostrils are placed at the front of the head.

Dugong

The dugong is closeley related to the manatee. It has no hind limbs, but its forelimbs are converted…

"In its habits resembles the manatees, but it exceeds them in size, full grown individuals measuring eighteen or twenty feet in length. " — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Dugong

"In its habits resembles the manatees, but it exceeds them in size, full grown individuals measuring…

"The Dugong is an herbivorous mammal, belonging to the Manatees. It ranges from 10 to 20 feet in length. The color is a slaty-brown or bluish-black above and whitish below. They yield a clear oil of the best quality, free from all objectionable smell."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Dugong

"The Dugong is an herbivorous mammal, belonging to the Manatees. It ranges from 10 to 20 feet in length.…

The Dugong (Dugong dugon) is a large marine mammal in the order Sirenia with the manatee.

Dugong

The Dugong (Dugong dugon) is a large marine mammal in the order Sirenia with the manatee.

Australian monotreme mammal also known as the spiny anteater.

Echidna

Australian monotreme mammal also known as the spiny anteater.

A Bruijn's Echidna, or porcupine anteater from New Guinea. The animal have five claws and tapering tongue. The tapering tongue is shaped like a spoon to assist the Echidna can catch ants.

Brujin's Echidna Porcupine Anteater

A Bruijn's Echidna, or porcupine anteater from New Guinea. The animal have five claws and tapering tongue.…

The Western Long-Beaked Echidna (Zaglossus bruijni) is a monotreme in the Tachyglossidae family of spiny anteaters.

Western Long-Beaked Echidna

The Western Long-Beaked Echidna (Zaglossus bruijni) is a monotreme in the Tachyglossidae family of spiny…

"Is considerably the largest of all the antilopes, being the size of a good horse, and measuring eight feet two inches in length, and full five feet in height at the shoulder. The horns of the male are one and a half feet in length, very thick and heavy, almost straight until within three inches of the fingertips, where they bend outward, attenuated at the points, and surrounded throughout the greater length with a thick spiral wreath, which passes twice completely round them, and finishes by becoming indistinct near the points." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Eland

"Is considerably the largest of all the antilopes, being the size of a good horse, and measuring eight…

The common eland (Taurotragus oryx, also known as the southern eland) is a savannah and plains antelope found in East and Southern Africa. Common eland live on the open plains of Southern Africa and along the foothills of the great South African plateau. They eat grass, branches and leaves and are diurnal but tend to be inactive during the heat of day. Herds usually have 30 to 80 individuals, but are known to exceed 400. The common eland has an unusual social life, leaving or joining herds as necessary without forming close ties. Predators in the wild are predominantly lions and the endangered African wild dog.

Eland

The common eland (Taurotragus oryx, also known as the southern eland) is a savannah and plains antelope…

The Common Eland (Taurotragus oryx) is a plains antelope in the Bovidae family of cloven-hoofed mammals.

Common Eland

The Common Eland (Taurotragus oryx) is a plains antelope in the Bovidae family of cloven-hoofed mammals.

"And Eleazar the son of Saura saw one of the beasts harnessed with the king's harness: and it was higher than the other beasts: and it seemed to him that the king was on it: And he exposed himself to deliver his people and to get himself an everlasting name. And he ran up to it boldly in the midst of the legion, killing on the right hand, and on the left, and they fell by him on this side and that side. And he went between the feet of the elephant, and put himself under it: and slew it, and it fell to the ground upon him, and he died there. Then they seeing the strength of the king and the fierceness of his army, turned away from them." 1 Maccabees 6:43-47 DRA
<p>Eleazar attacks an elephant he assumes to be carrying the king. The elephant falls and kills Eleazar.

Eleazar Attacks the Elephant

"And Eleazar the son of Saura saw one of the beasts harnessed with the king's harness: and it was higher…

Elephants are called pachyderms, which means "thick-skinned".

Elephant

Elephants are called pachyderms, which means "thick-skinned".

One of the most remarkable things used in place of a hand is the trunk of the elephant.

Elephant

One of the most remarkable things used in place of a hand is the trunk of the elephant.

Elephant with hay

Elephant

Elephant with hay

An elephant rolling a log

Elephant

An elephant rolling a log

An elephant carrying a log

Elephant

An elephant carrying a log

Elephants are mammals, and the largest living land animals.

Elephant

Elephants are mammals, and the largest living land animals.

Elephants are mammals, and the largest land animals alive today. The elephants gestation period is 22 months, the longest of any land animal. At birth it is common for an elephant calf to weigh 265 lbs. An elephant may live as long as 70 years, sometimes longer.

Elephant

Elephants are mammals, and the largest land animals alive today. The elephants gestation period is 22…

An illustration of a elephant.

Elephant

An illustration of a elephant.

"The head is rounded, the front convex instead of concave, and the nails on each hind-foot are three instead of four. It lives in large herds in Central and South Africa, where is it constantly hunted by the natives and also by Europeans." &mdash; S. G. Goodrich, 1885

African Elephant

"The head is rounded, the front convex instead of concave, and the nails on each hind-foot are three…