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" I made his acquaintance and saw the happy sense of security with which he hopped about. I took a few specimens home with me, and tried my fowls and ducks with them, but none would touch them. At last, by throwing down pieces of meat, for which there was... "
Zoologist: A Monthly Journal of Natural History - Página 3933
1874
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Darwinism: An Exposition of the Theory of Natural Selection, with Some of ...

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1889 - 494 páginas
...uneatable. He, therefore, took a few specimens home with him and gave them to his fowls and ducks, but none would touch them. At last, by throwing down...pieces of meat, for which there was a great competition among the poultry, he managed to entice a young duck into snatching up one of the little frogs. Instead...
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The Andover Review, Volume 12

1889
...was uneatable. He therefore took a few specimens home with him, and gave them to his fowls and ducks, but none would touch them. At last, by throwing down...pieces of meat, for which there was a great competition among the poultry, he managed to entice a young duck into snatching up one of the little frogs. Instead...
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The Study of Animal Life

John Arthur Thomson - 1892 - 375 páginas
...concealment. He is very abundant in the damp wood, and I was convinced that he was uneatable so soon as I had made his acquaintance, and saw the happy sense of...me, and tried my fowls and ducks with them, but none of them would touch them. At last, by throwing down pieces of meat, for which there was a great competition...
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Animal life: a first book of zoölogy

David Starr Jordan, Vernon Lyman Kellogg - 1900 - 329 páginas
...not court concealment. He is very abundant in the damp woods, and I was convinced he was uneatable so soon as I made his acquaintance and saw the happy...pieces of meat, for which there was a great competition among them, I managed to entice a young duck into snatching up one of the little frogs. Instead of...
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Darwinism: An Exposition of the Theory of Natural Selection with Some of Its ...

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1901
...uneatable. He, therefore, took a few specimens home with him and gave thom to his fowls and ducks, but none would touch them. At last, by throwing down...pieces of meat, for which there was a great competition among the poultry, he managed to entice a young duck into snatching up one of the little frogs. Instead...
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Animal studies: a text-book of elementary zoology for use in high schools ...

David Starr Jordan, Vernon Lyman Kellogg, Harold Heath - 1903 - 459 páginas
...not court concealment. He is very abundant in the damp woods, and I was convinced he was uneatable so soon as I made his acquaintance and saw the happy...pieces of meat, for which there was a great competition among them, I managed to entice a young duck into snatching up one of the little frogs. Instead of...
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Animals: A Text-book of Zoology

David Starr Jordan, Vernon Lyman Kellogg, Harold Heath - 1905
...not court concealment. He is very abundant in the damp woods, and I was convinced he was uneatable so soon as I made his acquaintance and saw the happy...pieces of meat, for which there was a great competition among them, I managed to entice a young duck into snatching up one of the little frogs. Instead of...
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Evolution and Animal Life: An Elementary Discussion of Facts, Processes ...

David Starr Jordan, Vernon Lyman Kellogg - 1907 - 489 páginas
...court concealment. He is very abundant in the damp woods, and I was convinced lie was uneatable so soon as I made his acquaintance and saw the happy sense of security with which he hop|xxl about. I took a few specimens home with me, and tried my fowls and ducks with them, but none...
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The Study of Animal Life

John Arthur Thomson - 1917 - 477 páginas
...concealment. He is very abundant in the damp wood, and I was convinced that he was uneatable so soon as 1 had made his acquaintance, and saw the happy sense of...me, and tried my fowls and ducks with them, but none of them would touch them. At last, by throwing down pieces of meat, for which there was a great competition...
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DARWINISM AN EXPOSITION OF THE THEORY OF NATURAL SELECTION WITH SOME OF ITS ...

ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE - 1889
...uneatable. He, therefore, took a few specimens home with him and gave them to his fowls and ducks, but none would touch them. At last, by throwing down...pieces of meat, for which there was a great competition among the poultry, he managed to entice a young duck into snatching up one of the little frogs. Instead...
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