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    Goat Anatomy




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    Edition: 2000
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    This compile of pictures in black and white, like popesko style, describes the anatomy of the goat, caprine and the ox as a comparison. This is a reprinted from Merck Veterinary Manual CD-ROM, 8th. edition, 2000. Original anatomical artwork.



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