zoogéographie – English Translation – Keybot Dictionary

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zoogéographie => zoogeography

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Zoogéographie  ]] Zoogeography  "Zoogeography" is the branch of the science of biogeography that is concerned with the geographic distribution (present and past) of animal species.

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Nemouridae, zoogéographie, Algérie, signalisations nouvelles
Nemouridae, zoogeography, Algeria, new records
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Il forme également des populations isolées, confinées aux eaux intérieures à l'amont de la rivière Liard, de la rivière de la Paix et du fleuve Fraser. La façon dont il en est venu à fréquenter ces rivières est le sujet du fascinant domaine d'étude qu'est la zoogéographie.
Dolly Varden are char of coastal streams of the northern Pacific Ocean. In the eastern Pacific they range from the Bering Sea to Washington State. In the northwest they range from Siberia to Japan and the Korean Peninsula. They inhabit coastal streams and lakes, although in Canada they are found throughout the Skeena and Stikine Rivers and in isolated and landlocked populations in the headwaters of the Liard, Peace and Fraser Rivers. How they came to live in those rivers is the subject of the fascinating field of study called zoogeography.
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Il forme également des populations isolées, confinées aux eaux intérieures à l'amont de la rivière Liard, de la rivière de la Paix et du fleuve Fraser. La façon dont il en est venu à fréquenter ces rivières est le sujet du fascinant domaine d'étude qu'est la zoogéographie.
Dolly Varden are char of coastal streams of the northern Pacific Ocean. In the eastern Pacific they range from the Bering Sea to Washington State. In the northwest they range from Siberia to Japan and the Korean Peninsula. They inhabit coastal streams and lakes, although in Canada they are found throughout the Skeena and Stikine Rivers and in isolated and landlocked populations in the headwaters of the Liard, Peace and Fraser Rivers. How they came to live in those rivers is the subject of the fascinating field of study called zoogeography.