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  1. Do we owe our intelligence to a predatory past? / C.K. Brain.
    By: Brain, C. K.
    Publication info: New York :American Museum of Natural History,2001.
    Contributed by: American Museum of Natural History Library
    Subjects: Human evolution  Intellect  Predation (Biology)  
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  2. Ticks collected by the American Museum Congo Expedition 1909-1915, with notes on the parasites and predacious enemies of these arthropods. American Museum novitates ; no.426
    By: American Museum Congo Expedition (1909-1915) - Bequaert, Joseph C. (Joseph Charles), b. 1886. - Chapin, James Paul, 1889-1964. - Lang, Herbert, 1879-1957. - Ruwenzori-Kivu Expedition of the American Museum of Natural History (1926-1927)
    Publication info: New York City : American Museum of Natural History 1930
    Contributed by: American Museum of Natural History Library
    Subjects: Arachnida -- Congo (Democratic Republic)  Argasidae -- Congo (Democratic Republic)  Host-parasite relationships.  Ixodidae -- Congo (Democratic Republic)  Parasites -- Congo (Democratic Republic)  Predation (Biology)  Ticks  Ticks -- Congo (Democratic Republic)  
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  3. Yellowstone's northern range : where nature takes its course.
    By: United States.
    Publication info: Yellowstone National Park, Wyo. :U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service,ca. 1998
    Contributed by: Harold B. Lee Library (archive.org)
    Subjects: Predation (Biology)  Range ecology  Wildlife management  Yellowstone National Park  
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