Fig. 6.16.

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Lithograph of famed British artist and naturalist John Gould by T. H. Maguire, 1849. Although his first passion was birds, on visiting Australia Gould became intrigued by Australia’s bizarre assortment of marsupials. With invaluable help from his trusty collector John Gilbert, and artists Elizabeth Coxen (his wife) and Henry Richter, he eventually published the natural history work: The Mammals of Australia, to worldwide acclaim. Source: Wikimedia Commons.
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