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" Bustard, whose weight is twice that of its enemy, and who finds a more secure asylum on the extensive plains of the interior than most animals, safe from its attacks; its tremendous stoop and powerful grasp, in fact, carry inevitable destruction to its... "
Handbook to The Birds of Australia - Seite 9
von John Gould - 1865
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The Living Age ..., Band 26

1850
...fell swoop. Mr. Gould states that the bustard,* whose weight is twice that of its enemy, and which finds a more secure asylum on the extensive plains of the interior, is not safe from its attacks ; and Mr. Cunningham mentions even the emew as its prey. But the kanguroos...
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Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country, Band 41

1850
...fell swoop. Mr. Uould states that the bustard,* whose weight is twice that of its enemy, and which finds a more secure asylum on the extensive plains of the interior, is not safe from its attacks ; and Mr. Cunningham mentions even the erncw as its prey. But the kanguroos...
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Leaves from the note book of a naturalist

William John Broderip - 1852
...excellent dinner,' after poor Mr. Bauer had carried it on his back many a weary its enemy, and which finds a more secure asylum on the extensive plains of the interior, is not safe from its attacks ; and Mr. Cunningham mentions even the emew as its prey. But the kanguroos...
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Excelsior: Helps to Progress in Religion, Science, and Literature, Bände 5-6

James Hamilton - 1856
...frequently seen by the residents of the countries it inhabits ; neither is * " Birds of Australia," vol. i. the noble bustard, whose weight is twice that of its...of sheep find in this bird an enemy, which commits ravages among their lambs ; and consequently, in its turn, it is persecuted unrelentingly by the shepherds...
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Guide to the Gardens of the Zoological Society of London

London Zoo (London, England) - 1867 - 60 Seiten
...air so frequently seen by the residents of the countries it inhabits; neither is the noble Bastard, whose weight is twice that of its enemy, and who finds a more secure asylum ou the extensive plains of the interior than moat animals, safe from its attacks ; its tremendous stoop...
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Guide to the Gardens of the Zoological Society of London

1870 - 59 Seiten
...air so frequently seen by the residents of the countries it inhabits; neither is the noble Bastard, whose weight is twice that of its enemy, and who finds...interior than most animals, safe from its attacks: iU tremendous stoop and powerful grasp, in fact, carry inevitable destruction to its victim, be it...
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Fraser's Magazine, Band 41

James Anthony Froude, John Tulloch - 1850
...fell swoop. Mr. Gould states that the bustard,* whose weight is twice that of its enemy, and which finds a more secure asylum on the extensive plains of the interior, is not safe from its attacks; and Mr. Cunningham mentions even the emcw as its prey. But the kanguroos...
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