. Popular official guide to the New York Zoological Park . Zoos; Zoo animals. NEW i'ORK ZOOLOGICAL PARK.. N0BIAN GIRAFFES. ing to it rank as a separate species, because of its inter- gradation with the Nubian form, {camelopardalis). Judging from all evidence now available, it seems that the Giraffes of to-day represent the midway stage of an effort to develop several species from the parent stock, the Three-Horned Giraffe, which is the species here rep- resented. The existing forms, including all species and sub- species, intergrade and run together in a manner that is fairly bewildering; but

. Popular official guide to the New York Zoological Park . Zoos; Zoo animals. NEW i'ORK ZOOLOGICAL PARK.. N0BIAN GIRAFFES. ing to it rank as a separate species, because of its inter- gradation with the Nubian form, {camelopardalis). Judging from all evidence now available, it seems that the Giraffes of to-day represent the midway stage of an effort to develop several species from the parent stock, the Three-Horned Giraffe, which is the species here rep- resented. The existing forms, including all species and sub- species, intergrade and run together in a manner that is fairly bewildering; but  Stock Photo
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. Popular official guide to the New York Zoological Park . Zoos; Zoo animals. NEW i'ORK ZOOLOGICAL PARK.. N0BIAN GIRAFFES. ing to it rank as a separate species, because of its inter- gradation with the Nubian form, {camelopardalis). Judging from all evidence now available, it seems that the Giraffes of to-day represent the midway stage of an effort to develop several species from the parent stock, the Three-Horned Giraffe, which is the species here rep- resented. The existing forms, including all species and sub- species, intergrade and run together in a manner that is fairly bewildering; but if the Giraffes could remain un- influenced by man for a sufficiently long period the prob- abilities are that the species now branching off would bo clearly established.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Hornaday, William Temple, 1854-1937; New York Zoological Society. New York : New York Zoological Society

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