. Earth, sea and sky, or, Marvels of the universe [microform] : being a full and graphic description of all that is wonderful in every continent of the globe, in the world of waters and the starry heavens : containing thrilling adventures on land and sea ... : embracing the striking physical features of the earth ... including a vivid description of the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans ... : together with the amazing phenomena of the solar and starry systems : the whole comprising a vast treasury of all that is marvelous and wonderful in the earth, sea, air, and skies. Science; Natural hist

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. Earth, sea and sky, or, Marvels of the universe [microform] : being a full and graphic description of all that is wonderful in every continent of the globe, in the world of waters and the starry heavens : containing thrilling adventures on land and sea ... : embracing the striking physical features of the earth ... including a vivid description of the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans ... : together with the amazing phenomena of the solar and starry systems : the whole comprising a vast treasury of all that is marvelous and wonderful in the earth, sea, air, and skies. Science; Natural history; Astronomy; Earth; Ethnology; Sciences; Sciences naturelles; Astonomie; Terre; Ethnologie. 324 EARTH, SEA, AND SKV. Ill dcscribiiv^ one of tlicsc animals, Lieutenant Wood sa^vs: It was a jji-oiid animal, as liigli as a two-years fiHy, with a venerable beard and twd splendid horns, Avhich, together with the head, were of such a great weight that it was difficult to lift it from the ground. The e\iscerated bodx- was a full load for a pou}-. The flesh was tough and bad, but is saiil to become more tender and better tasting in the fall. The full-grown katsl,-. nOKHAKA ISK^UNTAIN SHEEP. bar is about six feet long, three to four feet high, and weighs about (our hundred and sixty pounds. In all probability this animal is n >t only found in Northern Thibet, bi;t also on the table lands of Central Asia, abva\'S in rockv districts, ^vhc.c it seeks shelter from its pursuers, and never descends beyond the snow- line. Zewolski found during the winter herds of five to fifteen, ewii t\ventv-fi\e to thirt\-. I-'ach herd had two or three bucks, one of whom. 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.. Northrop, Henry Davenport, 1836-1909. St. John, N. B. : R. A. H. Morrow

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