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Returning to the earlier discussion of space exploration, there may be a disturbing irony that, if the human race is unable to reach another planet outside our solar system -- and it has been confirmed by the Hubble telescope that the nearest such planet is more than 60 trillion miles from earth -- then the order Cetacea may constitute the only opportunity that our species may ever have to communicate with "alien" creatures in an intellectually profound and mindful fashion.
It is not my intention, were it in my power, to enter into the inquiry as to the true method of dividing the cetacea into groups and families.
32) So just as cetacea share most features with viviparous quadrupeds, but, like fish, live in the water and do not have legs, so the kapnospheric ejected shooting star is similar in place and matter to the upper combustions, but shares its efficient cause (ejection) with the lower thunderbolts.
Many British tourists visit whale and dolphin shows while on holiday abroad, and Cetacea Defence is encouraging people to avoid funding animal cruelty while on holiday.
Consequently, representative species of several mammalian orders, including Artiodactyls, Carnivore, Cetacea, Primates and Rodentia, have been characterized with respect to BoLA-DRB3 allelic diversity (Mikko and Anderson, 1995).
We are told the latter includes humans, horses, dogs, and all haired animals along with dolphins, whales and other such cetacea.
All species in the order Cetacea not included in Appendix I are included in Appendix II.
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Contributors discuss George Gaylord Simpson and the history of paleomammalogy, anatomical evidence for superordinal/ordinal eutherian taxa in the cretaceous, molecular evidence for major placental clades, insectivoran-grade placentals, and characteristics of macroscelidea & tubulidentata, paenungulata, xenarthra & pholidota, euarchonta, glires, chiroptera, carnivora, perissodactyla, artiodactyla, and cetacea.
The distribution and numbers of cetacea in the Okhotsk Sea: results from aerial surveys.
Ian Murphy, head of IT in the school of education at Johns Hopkins University, added the Cetacea Sound Astronaut system when an existing sound system broke in a small school of education classroom.
They are mammals of the order Cetacea and the families Plantanistidae and Delphinidae and include about 50 species.
1986/87 The mammals of Iran 2: Carnivora, Pinnipedia, Perissodactyla, Artiodactyla, Cetacea.