. Cassell's natural history. Animals; Animal behavior. 244 XATVItAL HISTORY. letter (December, 1859) accompanying the bottled specimen first ti-ansmitteJ to England, we gather the following history:—"The Calabar people call it Angwdiilibo—amjwdii means a farm, but we do not know the etymology of the second part of the word, and cannot say whether it arose from any habit peculiar to the animal. It lives in trees ; but, being nocturnal, the people know exceedingly little about it. Tliey cannot tell what it eats. A lad whom I asked said that he lived in the house, and it lived ill the bush,
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. Cassell's natural history. Animals; Animal behavior. 136 NATVIiAL HISTORY. triangular; the forehead recedes, and is rounded, and the side-bones of tlie brain-case are bulged out. Underneath, the skidl looks very long ; the hinder nostril openmg is small, and the palate is arched. As the animal eats a variety of food, and tights often, his lower jaw is very strong. It is large and wide beliind, and compressed in front. The chin is deep, and so is the side of the jaw close to it, but further back it is less so; and the joint process (condyle) is -wide and very flat usually. The lower canines a
RMRFPWE1. Cassell's natural history. Animals; Animal behavior. 136 NATVIiAL HISTORY. triangular; the forehead recedes, and is rounded, and the side-bones of tlie brain-case are bulged out. Underneath, the skidl looks very long ; the hinder nostril openmg is small, and the palate is arched. As the animal eats a variety of food, and tights often, his lower jaw is very strong. It is large and wide beliind, and compressed in front. The chin is deep, and so is the side of the jaw close to it, but further back it is less so; and the joint process (condyle) is -wide and very flat usually. The lower canines a