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" appears that they have been worn by mastication ; whereas the existing herbivorous, reptiles clip and gnaw off the vegetable productions on which they feed, but do not chew them. Their teeth, when worn, present an appearance of having been chipped off,... "
A MANUAL OF ELEMENTARY GEOLOGY - Seite 228
von SIR CHARLES LYELL, M.A. F.R.S. - 1853
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An Introduction to Geology:: Comprising the Elements of the Science in Its ...

Robert Bakewell - 1828 - 540 Seiten
...in which respect it differs from all living animals of the lizard family. The herbivorous amphibiae gnaw off the vegetable productions on which they feed, but do not chew them.—"Since the vegetable remains," says Mr. Mantell, "with which the teeth of the iguanodon are...
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An Introduction to Geology: Comprising the Elements of the Science in Its ...

Robert Bakewell, Benjamin Silliman - 1829 - 528 Seiten
...in which respect it differs from all living animals of the lizard family. The herbivorous amphibia; gnaw off the vegetable productions on which they feed, but do not chew them.— " Since the vegetable remains," says Mr. Mantell, " with which the teeth of the iguanodon are associated,...
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An introduction to geology: comprising the elements of the science in its ...

Robert Bakewell, Benjamin Silliman - 1829 - 528 Seiten
...in which respect it differs from all living animals of the lizard family. The herbivorous amphibia? gnaw off the vegetable productions on which they feed, but do not chew them.— "Since the vegetable remains," says Mr. Mantell, " with which the teeth of the iguanodon are associated,...
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The Geology of the South-east of England

Gideon Algernon Mantell - 1833 - 415 Seiten
...productions on which they * Recs's Cyclopaedia, art. REPTILES. feed, but do not chew them; and the teeth, when worn, present an appearance of having...been chipped off, and never like the fossil teeth of aflat, ground, surface ; and it is certain that if the Iguanodon had chopped off its food like the...
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An Introduction to Geology: Intended to Convey a Practical Knowledge of the ...

Robert Bakewell - 1833 - 479 Seiten
...in which respect it differs from all living animals of the lizard family. The herbivorous amphibia gnaw off the vegetable productions on which they feed, but do not chew them.—" Since the vegetable remains," says Mr. Mantel), " with which the teeth of the iguanodon are associated,...
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An Introduction to Geology: Intended to Convey a Practical Knowledge of the ...

Robert Bakewell - 1833 - 479 Seiten
...in which resoect it differs from all living animals of the lizard family. The herbivorous amphibia gnaw off the vegetable productions on which they feed, but do not chew them.—" Since the vegetable remains," says Mr. Mantell, " with which the teeth of the iguanodon are associated,...
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An introduction to geology

Robert Bakewell - 1833
...in which respect it differs from all living animals of the lizard family. The herbivorous amphibia,' gnaw off the vegetable productions on which they feed, but do not chew them. — " Since the vegetable remains," says Mr. Mantell, " with which the teeth of the iguanodon are associated,...
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Principles of Geology: Being an Attempt to Explain the Former ..., Band 4

Sir Charles Lyell - 1834
...tropical woods of America and the West Indies, exhibit many striking and important differences. It appears that they have been worn by mastication ;...teeth of the Iguanodon, have a flat, ground surface, resembling the grinders of herbivorous mammalia.* From the large bones, found in great numbers near...
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Principles of Geology: Being an Inquiry how Far the Former Changes ..., Band 2

Sir Charles Lyell - 1837
...tropical woods of America and the West Indies, exhibit many striking and important differences. It appears that they have been worn by mastication ;...worn, present an appearance of having been chipped ofT, and never, like the fossil teeth of the Iguauodon, have a flat ground surface, resembling the...
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Elements of geology

sir Charles Lyell (bart.) - 1838
...and important differences (see Fig. 190.). It appears that they have been 350 WEALDES GKOCP. tPirtll. worn by mastication; whereas the existing herbivorous...not chew them. Their teeth, when worn, present an apTcelk if Igtuinodon. Fig. 189. Cnurn of tooth in Fig. 190. adult, worn down. Mantel]. Pointed tootk...
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