Descriptions of the Anatomy of the ornithorhynchus Paradoxus.
Sometimes, as in the ornithorhynchus, the meniscus is absent.
The mammary glands of the ornithorhynchus may be considered, in comparison with the udders of a cow, as in a nascent condition.
Here we find the curious egg-laying mammal, ornithorhynchus.
The latter is the case with ornithorhynchus, where there are teeth up to maturity (see p. 113).
In ornithorhynchus the zygomatic arch is much stouter than in Echidna.
"ornithorhynchus Paradoxus, if you please," insisted the little creature.
It is the duckbill or duckmole, and is scientifically known as the ornithorhynchus paradoxus.
The interclavicle is absent from all mammals except Echidna and ornithorhynchus.
The natural history of this animal, which has obtained the name of ornithorhynchus paradoxus is at present very little known.