T V Voyevoda

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The lungs of the polar fox and dog have the typical form and lobular structure characteristic of beasts of prey. Both display secondary fusion of the cranial and middle lobes in the left lung, but this is more extensive in the fox. A consistent relationship between the beast body mass and the mass and volume of the lungs is present. The relative weight of(More)
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