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Complete and annotated skeleton of a juvenile Domestic Cat (Felis catus), which was found at Plumstead Rubbish Dump.

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Complete and annotated skeleton of a juvenile Domestic Cat (Felis catus).

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Domestic Cat (Felis catus)
NH.0.190
Natural History

juvenile
1 item (description level: whole)

Broad category
Natural History: Zoology, Mammals
Additional names, titles, or classifications
catalogue name:  Felis catus
scientific name (Horniman taxonomy):  Felis catus
previous specimen name:  Felis silvestris catus
previous specimen name:  Felis domesticus
catalogue title:  Domestic Cat
common name:  Domestic Cat

Collector
Cooper, John
Additional collector information
collector:   Cooper, John 
Place collected
Plumstead, London, England, UK, Western Europe, Europe
Date collected
{earliest=1960, latest=1960, primary=true, value=20 November 1960}
Additional date information
date collected:  20 November 1960 
20 November 1960 
Specimen form
skeletal material
Additional specimen form information
material: skeletal material (overall)

Cooper Collection
Provenance
vendor:  Baldwin, Stuart A.  Undefined - 1974-03-06
previous owner:  Cooper, John  1960-11-20 - Undefined


Related subjects
material:    skeletal material 

Record created 2007-05-03 by MRILEY
Record last updated 2016-09-17 by XGVIEWS

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