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

Dorset-horn ram, popular in areas where winter lambs are produced. It is claimed that a large proportion of its lambs will be early enough for the winter market.

Dorset-Horn Ram

Dorset-horn ram, popular in areas where winter lambs are produced. It is claimed that a large proportion…

An illustration of a cross bred sheep. The sheep is a combination of a cotswold and a leicester.

A cross bred sheep

An illustration of a cross bred sheep. The sheep is a combination of a cotswold and a leicester.

An illustration of a cross bred sheep. The sheep is a combination of a cotswold and a leicester.

A cross bred sheep

An illustration of a cross bred sheep. The sheep is a combination of a cotswold and a leicester.

A pair of American merino sheep, noted for its excellent fleece.

American Merino Sheep

A pair of American merino sheep, noted for its excellent fleece.

A species of sheep with large horns.

Rocky Mountain Big-Horn

A species of sheep with large horns.

The bighorn is a wild sheep of the Rocky Mountains known to frequent the craggiest of rocks.

Bighorn Sheep

The bighorn is a wild sheep of the Rocky Mountains known to frequent the craggiest of rocks.

A sheep with a long, broad tail.

Broad Tailed Sheep

A sheep with a long, broad tail.

A pair of Delino merinos. They are more suited to be used for mutton, but their wool is of lesser quality than that of the American merino.

Delaine Merino Sheep

A pair of Delino merinos. They are more suited to be used for mutton, but their wool is of lesser quality…

Sheep bred mainly for their wool.

Ewe and Lamb

Sheep bred mainly for their wool.

A breed of white faced sheep used for wool and meat.

Cheviot Ewe

A breed of white faced sheep used for wool and meat.

A coarse-wooled breed of sheep.

Cotswold Ewe

A coarse-wooled breed of sheep.

"The Leicesters are the most important sheep to the country. They are more widely diffused in the kingdom than any of their congeners. Although, from the altered taste of the community, their mutton is less esteemed than formerly, they still constitute the staple breed of the midland counties of England. Leicester rams are also more in demand then ever for crossing with other breeds." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Leicester Ewe

"The Leicesters are the most important sheep to the country. They are more widely diffused in the kingdom…

An illustration of a Merino ewe.

Merino Ewe

An illustration of a Merino ewe.

An illustration of a Texel or Mounton flandrin ewe.

Mounton Flandrin Ewe

An illustration of a Texel or Mounton flandrin ewe.

An illustration of a Paular ewe.

Paular Ewe

An illustration of a Paular ewe.

Shropshire ewe. This breed of hornless sheep is noted for its high quality meat.

Shropshire Ewe

Shropshire ewe. This breed of hornless sheep is noted for its high quality meat.

An illustration of a group of Merino ewes.

Merino Ewes

An illustration of a group of Merino ewes.

A popular sheep bred for its wool.

French Sheep

A popular sheep bred for its wool.

"Has drooping ears, a convex forehead, short hair, a brisket and dewlap like those of an ox, and two lobes consisting of hard, curdy fat beneath the throat, appearing like goitres." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Goitred Sheep

"Has drooping ears, a convex forehead, short hair, a brisket and dewlap like those of an ox, and two…

A lamb

Lamb

A lamb

A lamb

Lamb

A lamb

Two lambs

Lambs

Two lambs

"The Leicesters are the most important sheep to the country. They are more widely diffused in the kingdom than any of their congeners. Although, from the altered taste of the community, their mutton is less esteemed than formerly, they still constitute the staple breed of the midland counties of England. Leicester rams are also more in demand then ever for crossing with other breeds." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Leicester Ram

"The Leicesters are the most important sheep to the country. They are more widely diffused in the kingdom…

A popular sheep bred for its wool.

Merino Sheep

A popular sheep bred for its wool.

An influential breed of sheep prized for its wool.

Merino Sheep

An influential breed of sheep prized for its wool.

An illustration of a ten month old Merino ram.

Merino Ram

An illustration of a ten month old Merino ram.

An illustration of a Merino ram.

Merino Ram

An illustration of a Merino ram.

An illustration of a Spanish merino ewe.

Spanish Merino Ewe

An illustration of a Spanish merino ewe.

An illustration of a Spanish merino ram.

Spanish Merino Ram

An illustration of a Spanish merino ram.

An illustration of a Spanish merino ram.

Spanish Merino Ram

An illustration of a Spanish merino ram.

The Rocky Mountain Sheep is much larger than the domestic sheep, (Smiley, 1839).

Mountain Sheep

The Rocky Mountain Sheep is much larger than the domestic sheep, (Smiley, 1839).

An illustration of a Texel or Mounton flandrin ram.

Mountoin Flandrin Ram

An illustration of a Texel or Mounton flandrin ram.

An illustration of a Paular ram.

Paular Ram

An illustration of a Paular ram.

A sheep having four horns.

Quadricorn Sheep

A sheep having four horns.

Sheep are raised for their wool.

Ram

Sheep are raised for their wool.

The male of the sheep and allied animals.

Ram

The male of the sheep and allied animals.

A male sheep.

Ram

A male sheep.

"A distinct long woolled breed. They have been much modified by a large infusion of Leicester blood; but as their distinctive qualities fit them well for a bleak and humid habitat, there is now an aversion to risk these by further crossing." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Romney Marsh Breed

"A distinct long woolled breed. They have been much modified by a large infusion of Leicester blood;…

Shropshire ram. This breed of hornless sheep is noted for its high quality meat.

Shropshire Ram

Shropshire ram. This breed of hornless sheep is noted for its high quality meat.

A small British sheep raised primarily for meat.

Southdown Sheep

A small British sheep raised primarily for meat.

A sheep with spiral, long horns and long wool.

Wallachian Sheep

A sheep with spiral, long horns and long wool.

An illustration of a white sheep standing up.

White Sheep

An illustration of a white sheep standing up.

Shrews are among the smallest mammals. They have long snouts that they use in grubbing the earth in search of worms and insects.

Shrew

Shrews are among the smallest mammals. They have long snouts that they use in grubbing the earth in…

Urotrichus Talpoides, a species of shrew.

Shrew

Urotrichus Talpoides, a species of shrew.

A genus of animals resembling the mouse and the dormouse, but distinguished from them in having soft fur and an elongated muzzle. A large number of species have been enumerated, of which the common shrew is the best known.

Shrew

A genus of animals resembling the mouse and the dormouse, but distinguished from them in having soft…

Shrews are small, superficially mouse-like mammals of the family Soricidae. Although their external appearance is generally that of a long-nosed mouse, the shrews are not rodents and not closely related: the shrew family is part of the order Soricomorpha. Shrews have feet with five clawed toes, unlike rodents, which have four. Shrews are also not to be confused with either treeshrews or elephant shrews, which belong to different orders.

Shrew

Shrews are small, superficially mouse-like mammals of the family Soricidae. Although their external…

The Common Shrew (Sorex araneus) is a small mammal common in Europe. They are in the Soricidae family of shrews.

Common Shrew

The Common Shrew (Sorex araneus) is a small mammal common in Europe. They are in the Soricidae family…

The Elephant Shrew (Macroscelides typicus) is a small mammal in the Macroscelididae family of elephant or jumping shrews.

Elephant Shrew

The Elephant Shrew (Macroscelides typicus) is a small mammal in the Macroscelididae family of elephant…

The American Water Shrew (Sorex palustris) is a small mammal in the Soricidae family of shrews that is found in aquatic habitats.

American Water Shrew

The American Water Shrew (Sorex palustris) is a small mammal in the Soricidae family of shrews that…

Closely allied to the shrews and desmans, and in their form and habits to the true moles.

Common Shrew-Mole

Closely allied to the shrews and desmans, and in their form and habits to the true moles.

A small rodent with a pointy nose.

Elephant Shrew

A small rodent with a pointy nose.

"Is about the size of a rat.. Their legs are of equal length, and terminate into five toes, which are armed with small claws, usually free, thugh not fequently united by a swimming membrane. Their nose is more or less produced, and the tail is elongated, usually tapering, covered with scales." —Goodrich, 1885

Shrews

"Is about the size of a rat.. Their legs are of equal length, and terminate into five toes, which are…

The Siamang (Symphalangus syndactylus) is an ape in the Hylobatidae family of gibbons. It is distinguished by its large gular sac with which it makes loud resonating sounds.

Siamang

The Siamang (Symphalangus syndactylus) is an ape in the Hylobatidae family of gibbons. It is distinguished…

"Their size it about that of a badger. They move slowly, and seldom attempt to escape man by flight. The form is elegant, and the colors, disposed of longitudinal abnds, are strinkingly contrasted. The great distinction of the genus is the possessing of the two glands beneath the anus, fromo which they eject, to a considerable distance, a liquid possessing the revolting odor of the polecat, with a suffocating and overpowering smell of garlic." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Skunk

"Their size it about that of a badger. They move slowly, and seldom attempt to escape man by flight.…

A genus of quadrupeds of the weasel family, which are native to North America. They are about the size of a large cat.

Skunk

A genus of quadrupeds of the weasel family, which are native to North America. They are about the size…

Medium-sized mammals with black-and-white-fur belonging to the family Mephitidae and the order Carnivora.

Common Skunk

Medium-sized mammals with black-and-white-fur belonging to the family Mephitidae and the order Carnivora.

The sloth differs from all other arboreal four-legged mammals in its manner of climbing. It always has its back downward. It eats leaves and moves very slowly and deliberately.

Sloth

The sloth differs from all other arboreal four-legged mammals in its manner of climbing. It always has…

Sloth hanging from a tree branch.

Sloth

Sloth hanging from a tree branch.

A genus of tardigrade edentate mammals, including unau or two toed sloths.

Sloth

A genus of tardigrade edentate mammals, including unau or two toed sloths.

A genus of mammals belonging to the bear family. They are native to Central and South America. These animals are peculiar for their long claws, which turn toward the body, thus making it difficult to move on the ground, but they pass to and fro with remarkable favility on the limbs of trees.

Sloth

A genus of mammals belonging to the bear family. They are native to Central and South America. These…