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도서 Their huge foot-prints were everywhere visible; and in the swampy spots on the banks...에 대해 검색한 19개 도서 중 1 - 10
" Their huge foot-prints were everywhere visible; and in the swampy spots on the banks of the river it was evident that some of them had been luxuriously enjoying themselves by rolling their unwieldy bulks in the ooze and mud. But it was in the groves and... "
Wonders of the animal kingdom. Mammalia - 215 페이지
저자: Wonders - 1847
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The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as] The New ..., 70권

1844
...enjoying themselves, by rolling their unwieldy bulks in the ooze and mud. Hut it was in the groves and jungles that they had left the most striking proofs...paths had been trodden through the midst of dense forests, otherwise impenetrable. They appeared to have opened up these paths with great judgment, always...
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The menageries: Quadrupeds, described and drawn from living subjects..

James Rennie - 1831
...enjoying themselves by rolling their unwieldy bulks in the ooze and mud. But it was in the groves and jungles that they had left the most striking proofs...otherwise impenetrable. They appeared to have opened these paths with great judgment, always taking the best and shortest cut to the next open savanna,...
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The Menageries: Quadrupeds, Described and Drawn from Living Subjects..

James Rennie - 1831
...rolling their unwieldy bulks in the ooze and mud. But it was in the groves and jungles that they hud left the most striking proofs of their recent presence...otherwise impenetrable. They appeared to have opened these paths with great judgment, always taking the best and shortest cut to the next open savanna,...
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Remarks on Forest Scenery and Other Woodland Views

William Gilpin - 1834 - 344 페이지
...enjoying themselves by rolling their unwieldy bulks in the ooze and mud. But it was in the groves and jungles that they had left the most striking proofs...otherwise impenetrable. They appeared to have opened these paths with great judgment, always taking the best and shortest cut to the next open savanna or...
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The Naturalist's Library, 5권

William Jardine - 1836
...enjoying themselves, by rolling their unwieldy bulks in the ooze and mud. But it was in the groves and jungles that they had left the most striking proofs...open savannah, or ford of the river ; and in this way their labours were of the greatest use to us by pioneering our route through a most intricate country,...
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Natural history, a popular introduction to the study of quadrupeds

Natural history - 1840
...enjoying themselves by rolling their unwieldy hulks in the ooze and mud. But it was in the groves and jungles that they had left the most striking proofs...otherwise impenetrable. They appeared to have opened these paths with great judgment, always taking the best and shortest cut to the next open savanna or...
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The Family Library (Harper)., 164권

1844
...enjoying themselves by rolling their unwieldy bulks in the ooze and mud. But it was in the groves and jungles that they had left the most striking proofs...otherwise impenetrable. They appeared to have opened these paths with great judgment, always taking the best and shortest cut to the next open savanna or...
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Lessons derived from the animal world, 1권

C. T - 1847
...enjoying themselves by rolling their unwieldy bulks in the ooze and mud. But it was in the groves and jungles that they had left the most striking proofs...otherwise impenetrable. They appeared to have opened these paths with great judgment, always taking the best and shortest cut to the next open savannah,...
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Zoological Recreations

William John Broderip - 1847 - 380 페이지
...enjoying themselves, by rolling their unwieldy bulks in the ooze and mud. But it was in the groves and jungles that they had left the most striking proofs...paths had been trodden through the midst of dense forests, otherwise impenetrable. They appeared to have opened up these paths with great judgment, always...
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A popular Natural history of Quadrupeds and Birds

William Dowling - 1849
...in the ooze and mud. But it was in the groves and jungles that they had left the most strikingproofs of their recent presence and peculiar habits. In many...otherwise impenetrable. They appeared to have opened these paths with great judgment, always taking the best and shortest cut to the next open savanna,...
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