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Bildbestimmungschlüssel für Kleinsäugerschädel aus Gewöllen [Pictorial Identification Key for Small Mammalian Skulls in Pellets]

Identification Key
By: Joachim Jenrich(Author), Paul-Walter Löhr(Author), Franz Müller(Author)
48 pages, 268 b/w line drawings, 1 table
Publisher: Aula Verlag
Bildbestimmungschlüssel für Kleinsäugerschädel aus Gewöllen [Pictorial Identification Key for Small Mammalian Skulls in Pellets]
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  • Bildbestimmungschlüssel für Kleinsäugerschädel aus Gewöllen [Pictorial Identification Key for Small Mammalian Skulls in Pellets] ISBN: 9783494017273 Edition: 2 Paperback Dec 2018 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Language: German

Since birds lack teeth, they do not chew their food and swallow their prey whole. Indigestible parts such as feathers and bones are then regurgitated as pellets. With the help of the drawings in this illustrated key, it is also possible for the layman to reliably determine the small mammal skulls contained in pellets, and to thus learn more about the eating habits of local birds of prey.

Summary in German:
Da Vögel mangels Gebiss ihr Futter nicht zerkauen können, verschlucken sie ihre Beute komplett. Unverdauliche Teile wie Federn und Knochen werden anschließend als Speiballen herausgewürgt. Mit Hilfe der exzellenten Zeichnungen dieses Bildbestimmungsschlüssels ist es auch Laien möglich, die in den Speiballen enthaltenen Kleinsäugerschädel zuverlässig zu bestimmen und so mehr über das Nahrungsverhalten einheimischer Greif- und Raubvögel zu erfahren.

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Identification Key
By: Joachim Jenrich(Author), Paul-Walter Löhr(Author), Franz Müller(Author)
48 pages, 268 b/w line drawings, 1 table
Publisher: Aula Verlag
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