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  • American Museum of Natural History: Department of Mammalogy - The department collects, archives and studies specimens of recent mammals and houses over 275,000 specimens, making it the third largest collection of recent mammals in the world.
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  • Andean (Spectacled) Bear Research at Alto Choco - Researchers at this reserve in Ecuador are studying the biology and activity patterns of these timid bears with a view to improving future reintroduction projects. [PDF]
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  • Ask a Scientist: Bats and Echolocation - How do bats identify their own echoes, or even their own young? Some possible answers.
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  • Biology of Reproduction - A morphological and immunohistochemical comparison of mammary tissues from the short-tailed fruit bat and the mouse.
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  • Biology of the Mammary Gland - Comprehensive research on the mammary gland at the National Institutes of Health in Maryland. Includes the mammary genome anatomy project.
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  • Burke Museum: Mammalogy - The mammalogy program develops and maintains the valuable collection of over 50,000 specimens and trains students in research based on the collection.
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  • Comparative Mammalian Brain Collections - Provides information on the brain and images of both complete and sectioned brains of over 175 species.
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  • Department of Primatology, Max Planck Institute - The department investigates issues related to the evolution of social systems, social behavior, cognitive abilities, and culture in apes.
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  • Development of the Fetal Gonad and Reproductive System - Outlines research by S Mackay at the University of Glasgow into gonadal development and differentiation using the opossum, Monodelphis domestica.
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  • Goat Anatomy: Bones - Animation showing the skeleton with each bone identified.
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  • Hystrix - The Italian Journal of Mammalogy accepts papers on original research in basic and applied mammalogy concerning living and fossil mammals. It publishes extensive articles, reviews and short communications.
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  • Introduction to the Rodentia - Notes on this large group of mammals which include mice, rats, beavers, muskrats, porcupines, woodchucks, chipmunks, squirrels, prairie dogs, marmots and chinchillas.
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  • Mammalian Forelimb Homologies - Animated image which illustrates the similarities in forelimb structure of several different mammal species.
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  • Mammalogy - Part of a naturalist basic training course by John F. Pagels, Professor Emeritus of Biology, Virginia Commonwealth University. [PDF]
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  • Mammalogy on the Web - Introduction to the study of mammals, their skeletons and dentition, systematics, cladistics, evolution and classification, with a glossary and bibliography.
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  • Mammals - The Australian Museum encourages research into the biology of Australian and Pacific mammals, has extensive collections and resources and will answer scientific enquiries.
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  • Mammals of Kansas - An online recognition and educational guide. Includes descriptions and photographs.
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  • Microbiology of the Rumen - Information on the microbes that colonise the guts of higher animals and their ecology. [PDF]
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  • Neural Mechanisms of Vocal Control in Bats. - Research by Gerd Schuller aims to determine which brain structures are involved in eliciting or controlling motor reactions and behavioral patterns.
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  • North American Bear Center - The NABC aims to improve the understanding of bears through education, research and rehabilitation. This site provides biological information on black, grizzly and polar bears.
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  • Polar Bear Specialist Group - Members of the PBSG are all research scientists from the five nations signing the International Agreement on the Conservation of Polar Bears.
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  • Roe Deer Research Group - Details of the unusual reproductive strategy of embryonic diapause (delayed implantation) adopted by roe deer.
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  • The Ruminant Digestive System - Information on this system which is very different to that of non-ruminants, featuring a fermentation chamber housing millions of micro-organisms.
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  • Spinning Skulls - Provides hundreds of QuickTime VR object movies and close-up images of mammal skulls and teeth along with pictures, sounds and anatomical information.
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  • Whole Mouse Catalog - Comprehensive guide to online resources of particular interest to scientific researchers using mice or rats in their work.
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  • Wildlife Conservation Society : India - The focus of WCS has been on studies of tiger behavior and the long-term population dynamics of tigers, leopards and their ungulate and primate prey species.
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