INTERNATIONAL
WILDLIFE
ENCYCLOPEDIA

THIRD EDITION

Volume 18
SOL-SWA

Marshall Cavendish
New York • London • Toronto • Sydney

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International Wildlife Encyclopedia - Vol. 18
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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Solenodon 2452
  • Solifugid 2453
  • Songbirds 2455
  • Song Sparrow 2460
  • South American Deer 2462
  • Spadefoot Toad 2465
  • Sparrow Hawk 2467
  • Spectacled Bear 2470
  • Sperm Whale 2472
  • Spider Crab 2475
  • Spider Monkey 2477
  • Spiders 2480
  • Spinetail Swift 2484
  • Spiny Anteater 2486
  • Spiny Eel 2489
  • Spiny Mouse 2491
  • Sponge 2493
  • Spoonbill 2496
  • Springbok 2499
  • Springhare 2502
  • Springtail 2504
  • Squat Lobster 2506
  • Squid 2508
  • Squirrelfish 2511
  • Squirrel Monkey 2513
  • Starfish 2516
  • Stargazar 2519
  • Starling 2521
  • Steamer Duck 2524
  • Steenbok 2526
  • Steppe Lamming 2528
  • Stick Insect 2530
  • Stickleback 2533
  • Stick-Nest Rat 2535
  • Stifftail 2537
  • Stilt 2540
  • Stingray 2543
  • Stone Curlew 2545
  • Stonefish 2547
  • Stonefly 2549
  • Stork 2551
  • Storm Petrel 2554
  • Sturgeon 2556
  • Sugarbird 2558
  • Sumatran Rabbit 2560
  • Sun Bear 2562
  • Sunbird 2565
  • Sun Bittern 2567
  • Sunfish 2569
  • Suni 2571
  • Surfperch 2573
  • Surgeonfish 2575
  • Surinam Toad 2578
  • Swallowtail 2580
  • The Swallow-Tanager 2583
  • Swamp Eel 2585
  • Swan 2586
  • Index 2590
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