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A study of the shoulder architecture of the sheep involving a comparison between the Romney and Cheviot breed types : being a thesis presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of M. Agr. Sc. from the University of New Zealand, 1952
(Massey University, 1952)
In the wild state, the body form of ungulates is determined by two factors:- (1) the animal's necessity to cover ground in search of food and to escape its enemies and (2) its need to convert efficiently the food it obtains ...