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zoogeographical

Definitions

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  • adj. Pertaining to zoogeography.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Of or pertaining to zoƶgraphy.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as zoƶgeographic.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The zoogeographical aspect of the Japan Sea, Part IV.

    Sea of Japan large marine ecosystem

  • The zoogeographical aspect of the Japan Sea, Part II.

    Sea of Japan large marine ecosystem

  • It is considered an independent zoogeographical region due to the diversity, specificity and endemism of its fauna.

    Caspian lowland desert

  • The Caspian Sea is considered an independent zoogeographical region due to the diversity, specificity, and endemism of its fauna.

    Caspian lowland desert

  • The Enisey River is an important zoogeographical border because many taiga animal species occur only to its east.

    East Siberian taiga

  • The location of the islands between two distinct zoogeographical zones, and the presence of a number of important cultural relicts, further underscores the site's scientific interest.

    Komodo National Park, Indonesia

  • They speculated that some zoogeographical barrier had kept the animals separated, and took heart from the fact that even today certain species of birds and antelopes at Koobi Fora are not found at the Omo.

    Ancestral Passions

  • Wild oxen were found in all the continents except South America; deer everywhere except in true Africa, zoogeographical Africa, Africa south of the Sahara.

    VIII. Primeval Man; and the Horse, the Lion, and the Elephant

  • Gillies MT, de Meillon B (1968) The Anophelinae of Africa South of the Sahara (Ethiopian zoogeographical region) 2

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • The transition to the Sundaland Hotspot in the south occurs on the Thai-Malay Peninsula, the boundary between the two hotspots is represented by the Kangar-Pattani Line, which cuts across the Thailand-Malaysia border, though some analyses indicate that the phytogeographical and zoogeographical transition between the Sundaland and Indo-Burma biotas may lie just to the north of the Isthmus of Kra, associated with a gradual change from wet seasonal evergreen dipterocarp rainforest to mixed moist deciduous forest.

    Biological diversity in Indo-Burma

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