Black Agouti

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“Is considerably smaller than the common agouti, being about the size of a rabbit, while the species approaches the dimensions of the hare. Its general proportions and form, however, are the same; but the hairs of the back and sides, instead of being annulated with various-colored rings as in that species, are nearly uniform black, while the long hairs of the croup are perfectly so; the belly and legs are equally covered with short dark hair. “ — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

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rodent

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Mammals: A

Source

S. G. Goodrich, The Animal Kingdom Illustrated (New York: A. J. Johnson & Co., 1885) 397

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