On the Principles of Classification in the Animal Kingdom; (Paperback)
Written by the renowned Swiss naturalist Louis Agassiz, this book presents a detailed analysis of the principles underlying the classification of animals. It proposes a new system of classification based on the study of embryology and anatomy, and offers insights into the relationships between different groups of animals. This classic work of natural history is still widely read and admired by scholars and students of biology.
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