of the live animals were taken whenever possible. In some cases,
the animals were photographed in natural settings (such as were
the Northern Fur seals in the Pribilof Islands. When animals were
only seen as they ar rived in cages, they were photographed live
in a special cage with a transparent plastic front. Other specimens
were photographed in the Zoo from which they were being obtained.
Others were photographed in animal enclosures of one kind or another.
Thus, the Kangaroo which was imported live was photographed leaping
and standing around in a large stall in one of the University's
farm buildings. Other specimens were photographed alive but anesthetized
lying on the floor in the laboratory before being measured and
of each animal's whole brain were taken from several standard
views (dorsal, ventral, left lateral, right lateral, left and
right dorsolateral (45 degrees from the vertical), frontal and
caudal. If the brain was cut into two or more blocks, (forebrain,
hindbrain, left hemisphere, right hemisphere), each block was
photographed from several different views. The spinal cord was
photographed in its entirety (dorsal and ventral) as well as after
separation into smaller blocks (of one to three spinal segments
each). Dorsal root ganglia and trigeminal ganglia and olfactory
bulbs were occasionally photographed separately if they were saved.