History of Animals (Ancient Greek: Περὶ Τὰ Ζῷα Ἱστορίαι "Inquiries on Animals"; Latin Historia Animālium "History of Animals") is a zoological natural history text by Aristotle.
- Book I The grouping of animals and the parts of the human body.
- Book II The different parts of red-blooded animals.
- Book III The internal organs, including generative system, veins, sinews, bone etc.
- Book IV Animals without blood (non-vertebrates) - cephalopods, crustaceans, etc. In ch. 8, the sense organs of all animals.
- Book V Reproduction, spontaneous and sexual of non-vertebrates.
- Book VI Reproduction of birds, fish and quadrupeds.
- Book VII Reproduction of man.
- Book VIII The character and habits of animals, food, migration, health, diseases and the influence of climate.
- Book IX The relations of animals to each other, means of procuring food.
A Book X is included in some versions, dealing with the causes of barrenness in women, but is generally regarded as not being by Aristotle.
Arabic translation 
The Arabic translation of Historia Animalium protacio comprises treatises 1-10 of the Kitāb al-Hayawān (The Book of Animals).
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