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How animals have helped people

Bethesda, Md. : NIH Animal Research Advisory Committee, 19--

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 59 x 49 cm.

ABSTRACT

An armadillo, a cat, a chimpanzee, a dog, a frog, a horse, a monkey, a pig, a rabbit, a rodent, and a sheep are drawn above a list of their respective contributions to the well-being of humans.

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<p>An armadillo, a cat, a chimpanzee, a dog, a frog, a horse, a monkey, a pig, a rabbit, a rodent, and a sheep are drawn above a list of their respective contributions to the well-being of humans.</p>
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How animals have helped people

Bethesda, Md. : NIH Animal Research Advisory Committee, 19--

<p>An armadillo, a cat, a chimpanzee, a dog, a frog, a horse, a monkey, a pig, a rabbit, a rodent, and a sheep are drawn above a list of their respective contributions to the well-being of humans.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 59 x 49 cm.

ABSTRACT

An armadillo, a cat, a chimpanzee, a dog, a frog, a horse, a monkey, a pig, a rabbit, a rodent, and a sheep are drawn above a list of their respective contributions to the well-being of humans.

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