noun, plural hy·rax·es, hy·ra·ces [hahy-ruh-seez]. /ˈhaɪ rəˌsiz/.
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In situations which suit it, the Hyrax is very plentiful, and is much hunted by the natives, who esteem its flesh very highly.
These latter never possess a decidua, whereas Elephants and Hyrax are genuine Deciduata.The History of Creation, Vol. II (of 2)|Ernst Haeckel
This is the hyrax, or coney, as it is called in the Bible, which almost anybody would mistake at first sight for a rodent.The Animal World, A Book of Natural History|Theodore Wood
The gall-bladder is usually present in mammals, but is wanting in the odd-toed ungulates (Perissodactyla) and Procavia (Hyrax).
The following account of the Hyrax has been furnished to me by Lt.-Col.