By E. A. Briggs, D.Sc., Assistant Professor of Zoology in the University of Sydney. Cloth. Price, 10/6. Pp. 250. Sydney, Australia: Angus & Robertson, Ltd., 1934.
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Most of the textbooks about zoology are concerned with species not available in Australia. For this reason Prof. E. A. Briggs has prepared a manual of zoology especially for the Australian student, dealing with vertebrates and invertebrates that are used by the students in that country. His book will, of course, be useful to such students as a textbook and to those in other countries as a work of reference.
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