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Image from page 166 of "Animals in action; studies and stories of beasts, birds and reptiles; their habits, their homes and their peculiarities" (1901)

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説明Identifier: animalsinactions00brooTitle: Animals in action; studies and stories of beasts, birds and reptiles; their habits, their homes and their peculiaritiesYear: 1901 (1900s)Authors: Brooks, Elbridge S. (Elbridge Streeter), 1846-1902Subjects: Publisher: Boston, Lothrop pub. coContributing Library: The Library of CongressDigitizing Sponsor: The Library of CongressView Book Page: Book ViewerAbout This Book: Catalog EntryView All Images: All Images From BookClick here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book.Text Appearing Before Image:tch live fish, he devours everything that may be floatingupon the surface of the sea, eats all the mollusks he can find,and does not disdain even carrion. Therefore, in common withthe robber gulls of the sea-coast, he plays upon the sea the partwhich the vulture assumes on land — that of a scavenger. Our picture presents an interesting scene in the Pacific. Uponone of the islands in the Straits of Magellan, or on the coast ofChile, lies a seal, that has died, probably in consequence ofwounds inflicted upon it by roving seal-hunters. The sharp eyeof an albatross, peering down in search of a morsel of food, hasdiscovered the dead animal. With a shrill cry of delight, the birdhas darted upon its find. In an incredibly short space of timeother albatrosses, of which there had been no sign till then, haveflocked to the spot. Attracted by the cries and tumult, variouskinds of gulls descend in clouds from their nests on many acliff and crag, so that in the merest moment of time the place isText Appearing After Image:Albatrosses and Gulls on the Body of a Seal. THE DESERT LYNX. 155 covered with a swarm of the vultures of the sea, quarrelling overtheir food in noisy confusion. The gulls follow the albatrossjust as the crow follows the vulture, or the hyena the lion, inthe hope of sharing in the feast. When a whale or a great ant-arctic seal, as in this case, has been stranded, the crowd of scav-enger birds that surround the banquet is large and noisy. The Desert Lynx. A BEAUTIFUL and crafty animal is the caracal, or desertlynx, which is common to portions of northern Africaand southwestern Asia. It is nearly twenty-six incheslong, with a tail ten inches in length ; its form is leaner andits legs longer than those of the northern lynx, which is com-monly found in certain portions of North America. Its swift-ness and audacity are also greater than those of its cousin. Itsdrab color, running into a shade of brown, identifies the desertlynx at once as an inhabitant of the desert. Indeed, he is tobe fouNote About ImagesPlease 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.
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