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" As soon as dinner was over I went out with my gun to drive them off, and I fired with small shot at one of them, which instantly ran down to the lowest branch of the tree, as if he were going to fly at me, stopped suddenly, and coolly put his paw to the... "
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Szerkesztette: - 1873
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Mammalia

John George Wood - 1898
...branch of the tree, as if he were going to fly at me, stopped suddenly, and coolly put its paw to the part wounded, covered with blood, and held it out...have never since fired a gun at any of the tribe. 5«r " ~ — ~ ' EHESU8, OK BHDNDEK MONKKY.-Jfacoctw r/utiu. "Almost immediately on my return to the...

The Groundwork of Science: A Study of Epistemology

St. George Jackson Mivart - 1898 - 328 oldal
...down a tree towards him. He 1 Op. «'/., p. 100. then "stopped suddenly, and coolly put his paw to the part wounded covered with blood, and held it out for me to see." Finally, Sir William Hoste is referred to as having recorded that " one of his officers coming home...

The Dawn of Reason: Or, Mental Traits in the Lower Animals

James Weir - 1899 - 234 oldal
...stopped suddenly, and coolly put his paw to the part wounded, and held it out, covered with blood, for me to see. I was so much hurt at the time that...have never since fired a gun at any of the tribe." * Another observer, Sir William Hoste, records a similar case. One of his officers saw a monkey running...

The romance of the animal world: interesting descriptions of the strange ...

Edmund Selous - 1905 - 323 oldal
...branch of the tree, as if he were going to fly at me, stopped suddenly, and coolly put his paw to the part wounded, covered with blood, and held it out...have never since fired a gun at any of the tribe." The second case is to be found recorded by Sir W. Haste in his Memoirs, and is thus alluded to by Jesse...

Denver Medical Times: Utah Medical Journal. Nevada Medicine, 17. kötet

1897
...stopped suddenly, and coolly put his paw to the part wounded, and held it out, covered with blood, for me to see. I was so much hurt at the time that...have never since fired a gun at any of the tribe." Another observer, Sir. William Hoste, records a similar case. One of his officers saw a monkey running...




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