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Colour Atlas of the Anatomy of Small Laboratory Animals discusses the five principal species of small mammal used in biomedical research. The atlas illustrates in detail the anatomy of the rabbit and guinea pig. It permits comparisons between closely related species and highlights morphological differences of clinical significance. Detailed contents and illustrations grouped by body regions enable scientists to locate material rapidly. The Colour Atlas of the Anatomy of Small Laboratory Animals will be of interest to laboratory animal biomedical researchers, veterinary scientists, pharmacologists and students of anatomy.