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. American types of animal life. Zoology; Animal behavior. THE OPOSSUM 45 the creature remained implacable all the way to the boat, ceasing to kick only when he was exhausted. In con- finement wombats are mostly gentle. They will eat all kinds of vegetables, and are particularly fond of new hay. Fig, 10. / ^'-r. '4* 1 1 jSf"^ * j*A^% THE VULPINE PHALANGER. One observed by Sir Everard Home was attached to those who were kind to it, and would put up its fore-paws on their knees, and when taken up would sleep in the lap. It allowed children to pull and carry it about, and if it bit at all di

. American types of animal life. Zoology; Animal behavior. THE OPOSSUM 45 the creature remained implacable all the way to the boat, ceasing to kick only when he was exhausted. In con- finement wombats are mostly gentle. They will eat all kinds of vegetables, and are particularly fond of new hay. Fig, 10. / ^'-r. '4* 1 1 jSf"^ * j*A^% THE VULPINE PHALANGER. One observed by Sir Everard Home was attached to those who were kind to it, and would put up its fore-paws on their knees, and when taken up would sleep in the lap. It allowed children to pull and carry it about, and if it bit at all di Stock Photo
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. American types of animal life. Zoology; Animal behavior. THE OPOSSUM 45 the creature remained implacable all the way to the boat, ceasing to kick only when he was exhausted. In con- finement wombats are mostly gentle. They will eat all kinds of vegetables, and are particularly fond of new hay. Fig, 10. / ^'-r. '4* 1 1 jSf"^ * j*A^% THE VULPINE PHALANGER. One observed by Sir Everard Home was attached to those who were kind to it, and would put up its fore-paws on their knees, and when taken up would sleep in the lap. It allowed children to pull and carry it about, and if it bit at all did not appear to do so from anger.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Mivart, St. George Jackson, 1827-1900. Boston, Little, Brown and Company

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