A selection of articles related to porpoise anatomy.
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Porpoise Anatomy is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Porpoise Anatomy books and related discussion.
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- Anatomy and Three-Dimensional Reconstructions of the Brain of a
- Anatomy and Three-Dimensional. Reconstructions of the Brain of a. Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) From Magnetic.
- Anatomy of the Cranial Endocast of the Bottlenose Dolphin, Tursiops
- 1/2, June 2005 ( C 2005). DOI: 10.1007/s10914-005-4861-0.
- ROSE BORKOWSKI, DVM
- porpoise bronchial anatomy. Borkowski, R. and Rommel, S.
- Name: John Irwin Johnson Title: Professor Birthdate: August 18
- reconstructions of the brain of a fetal common dolphin. Anatomy and Embryology 203 (5): 393 – 402.
Suggested Web Resources
- Dolphin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The anatomy of a dolphin, showing its skeleton, major organs, tail, and body shape.
- Basic anatomy of Cetaceans- Dolphins
- Basic anatomy of Cetaceans- Dolphins. A general description about anatomy of Cetaceans (Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises).
- Some Points in the Anatomy of the Porpoise (Phocœna communis)
- Some Points in the Anatomy of the Porpoise (Phocœna communis). George Bond Howes. Royal School of Mines.
- Dolphin Anatomy
- Dolphin Anatomy. "Dolphin anatomy is all about adaption to life in water..." It is very much the same as the anatomy of other whales.
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