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" Knowing by instinct that the person they intend to attack is in a sound slumber, they generally alight near the feet, where while the creature continues fanning with his enormous wings, which keeps one cool, he bites a piece out of the tip of the great... "
The Monthly Visitor, and Entertaining Pocket Companion - Страница 33
1798
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THE PENNY CYCLOPAEDIA OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE DIFFUSION OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE

1837
...Blight near the fact, where, while the creature continues fanning with its enormous wings, which keep* one cool, he bites a piece out of the tip of the great toe. no very small indeed that the head of a pin could be scarcely received into the wound, which is consequently...

The Percy Anecdotes, Revised Edition: To which is Added, a Valuable ...

1852
...intend to attack is in a sound slumtjer, they gen-erally alight near the feet, where, while the creature @ `B Z8 . MqT x : %g; K\ 2 mѱ@ G a \J< 3$#ӐkFqZ h &3 V bՔ ont of the tip of the great toe, so very small in-deed, that the head of a pin could scarcely be received...

A Natural History of British and Foreign Quadrupeds: Containing Many Modern ...

James Hamilton Fennell - 1841 - 556 страници
...intend to attack is in a sound slumber, they generally alight near the feet, where, while the creature continues fanning with his enormous wings, which keeps...he bites a piece out of the tip of the great toe, so very small, indeed, that the head of a pin could scarcely be received into the wound, which is,...

Illustrative Anecdotes of the Animal Kingdom, Том 15

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - 1845 - 336 страници
...intend to attack is in a sound slumber, they generally alight near the feet, where, while the creature continues fanning with his enormous wings, which keeps...he bites a piece out of the tip of the great toe, so very small, indeed, that the head of a pin could scarcely be received into the wound, which is,...

Merry's Museum, Томове 7–8

1845
...intend to attack is in a sound slumber, they generally alight near the feet, and, while the creature continues fanning with his enormous wings, which keeps...cool, he bites a piece out of the tip of the great tde, so very small indeed, that the head of a pin could scarcely be received into the wound, which...

Sketches in Natural History: History of the Mammalia ...

1849
...slumber, they generally alight near the feet, where, while the creature continues fanning with its enormous wings, which keeps one cool, he bites a piece out of the tip of the great toe, so very small, indeed, that the head of a pin could be scarcely received into the wound, which is consequently...

The Favourite

1854
...intend to attack is in a sound slumber, they generally alight near the feet, where, while the creature continues fanning with his enormous wings, which keeps one cool, he bites a piece out of the great toe, so very small, indeed, that the head of a pin could scarcely be received into the wound,...

The Guardian, Том 5

1854
...feet ; where, while the creature continues fanning with his enormous wings, which keeps the person cool, he bites a piece out of the tip of the great toe, so very small that the head of a pin could scarcely be received into the wound, which is consequently...

The Elephant's Feast, Or, The Use of Birds and Beasts to Man

1856 - 148 страници
...slumber, they generally alight near the feet; which, while the creature continues fanning with his great wings, which keeps one cool, he bites a piece out of the tip of the great toe, so very small indeed, that the head of a pin could scarcely be received into the wound, which is consequently...

Buffon's Natural history of man, the globe, and of quadrupeds v. 1-2, Томове 1–2

Georges Louis Leclerc comte de Buffon - 1857
...the feet, where, while the creature continues fanning with his enormous wings, which keeps the person cool, he bites a piece out of the tip of the great toe, so very small that the head of a pin could scarcely be received into the wound, which is consequently...




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