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Book Mackenzie Cooley (2022)
The Perfection of Nature: Animals, Breeding, and Race in the Renaissance. (/isis/citation/CBB506702141/) unapi

Article Marco Masseti (2022)
Gazelles (Gazella spp.) depicted in frescoes and sculpture from Herculaneum and Pompeii. Archives of Natural History (pp. 259-268). (/isis/citation/CBB432740443/) unapi

Book Vernon N. Kisling Jr (2022)
Zoo and Aquarium History: Ancient Animal Collections to Conservation Centers. (/isis/citation/CBB424738263/) unapi

Article Courtney Addison; Hallam Stevens (May 2022)
Crowdfunding Conservation Science: Tracing the Participatory Dynamics of Native Parrot Genome Sequencing. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 568-596). (/isis/citation/CBB774118711/) unapi

Article Andrew Flack (2022)
Dark Trails: Animal Histories beyond the Light of Day. Environmental History (pp. 215-241). (/isis/citation/CBB511861562/) unapi

Article Peter S. Alagona; Alexis M. Mychajliw (2022)
Southern California’s Three-Bear Shuffle: Survival, Extinction, and Recovery in an Urban Biodiversity Hot Spot. Environmental History (pp. 308-313). (/isis/citation/CBB370513471/) unapi

Article Reinaldo Funes Monzote; Etiam A. Pérez Fleitas (2022)
In Grave Danger: A Brief Environmental History of the Cuban Crocodile (Crocodylus rhombifer). Environmental History (pp. 320-327). (/isis/citation/CBB782788463/) unapi

Article Germán Vergara; Alberto Lafón (2022)
Living on the Edge: A Transnational Perspective on the Mexican Wolf and Its Near-Extinction. Environmental History (pp. 314-319). (/isis/citation/CBB404801613/) unapi

Article Elizabeth Hennessy; James P. Gibbs (2022)
When De-extinction Really Happens: The Revival of the Floreana Giant Tortoises in the Galápagos Archipelago. Environmental History (pp. 334-339). (/isis/citation/CBB934422314/) unapi

Book Peter S. Alagona (2022)
The Accidental Ecosystem: People and Wildlife in American Cities. (/isis/citation/CBB499746657/) unapi

Article Mark V. Barrow; Allan R. Woodward (2022)
Acting in the Face of Uncertainty: The Campaign to Save the American Alligator. Environmental History (pp. 328-333). (/isis/citation/CBB070436703/) unapi

Article Nancy Langston; Kathleen Brosemer (2022)
Loons and the Risk of Extinction in a Warming, Toxic World. Environmental History (pp. 340-346). (/isis/citation/CBB344320540/) unapi

Article Rebecca Machin (2022)
Mo Koundje (“Mok”): The life of a western lowland gorilla (c.1929–1938). Archives of Natural History (pp. 1-11). (/isis/citation/CBB891332031/) unapi

Book Veronica Aniceti (2022)
Animals and their roles in the medieval society of Sicily from Byzantines to Arabs and from Arabs to Norman/Aragoneses (7th-14th c. AD). (/isis/citation/CBB472021795/) unapi

Article Luciana Repici (2022)
Memoria, udito e apprendimento in Aristotele. Medicina nei secoli (pp. 31-54). (/isis/citation/CBB975762113/) unapi

Article Max Long (2022)
“Accustomed to Female Domination”: Women, Mass Media, and Animal Intimacy in Interwar Britain. Environmental History (pp. 140-154). (/isis/citation/CBB160790011/) unapi

Thesis Elizabeth A. McNeill (2022)
Speaking of Animals: Animal Psychology between Experimental Science and Imagination (1840-1920). (/isis/citation/CBB890315766/) unapi

Article Andrea Falcon; Klaus Corcilius (2022)
Aristotle on Remembering and Memory: Toward an Interpretation of Mem. 1. Medicina nei secoli (pp. 11-30). (/isis/citation/CBB397896023/) unapi

Chapter Elisa Dalla Longa; Stefano Marconi; Umberto Tecchiati (2022)
Canestrini e l’archeozoologia. I resti faunistici dagli scavi di Paolo Orsi al Colombo di Mori (TN) studiati a Padova tra 1881 e 1882. In: Sulle tracce di un evoluzionista: le "cose" di Giovanni Canestrini (pp. 105-129). (/isis/citation/CBB852942107/) unapi

Article Céline M. Stantina (2021)
Taylor White's ‘paper museum’ (1725–1772): understanding the scientific work of an unpublished naturalist. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 543-557). (/isis/citation/CBB995611158/) unapi


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