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Teokset Teokset 1 - 10 / 16 haulle ... glitter with an angry green light. There is something peculiar, moreover, in....
" ... glitter with an angry green light. There is something peculiar, moreover, in the way that this fierce face surmounts a body extraordinarily wiry, lithe, and muscular. It ends a remarkably long and slender neck in such way that it may be held at right... "
The Natural History of Weasels and Stoats: Ecology, Behavior, and Management - Sivu 5
tekijä(t) Carolyn M. King, Roger A. Powell - 2006 - 464 sivua
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St. Nicholas, Nide 41,Osa 1

Mary Mapes Dodge - 1914
...muscular, and ends in a remarkably long and slender neck in such a way that it may be held at right angles with the axis of the latter. When the creature is...and the flat triangular head bent forward, swaying frcm one side to the other, we catch the likeness in a moment — it is the image of a serpent." Mr....

Miscellaneous Publications, Numero 8

Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.) - 1877
...lithe, and muscular. It ends a remarkably long and slender neck in such way that it may be held at right angle with the axis of the latter. When the...is glancing around, with the neck stretched up, and flat triangular head bent forward, swaying from one side to the other, we catch the likeness in a moment—it...

Fur-bearing Animals: A Monograph of North American Mustelidae, in which an ...

Elliott Coues - 1877 - 348 sivua
...lithe, and muscular. It ends a remarkably long and slender neck in such way that it may be held at right angle with the axis of the latter. When the...is glancing around, with the neck stretched up, and flat triangular head bent forward, swaying from one side to the other, we catch the likeness in a moment...

Fur-bearing Animals: A Monograph of North American Mustelidae, in which an ...

Elliott Coues - 1877 - 348 sivua
...with the axis of the latter. When the creature is glancing around, with the neck stretched up, and flat triangular head bent forward, swaying from one side to the other, we catch the likeness in a moment—it is the image of a serpent. In further illustration of the character o'f the Stoat, I continue...

The Mammals of Minnesota: A Scientific and Popular Account of Their Features ...

Clarence Luther Herrick - 1892 - 299 sivua
...lithe, and muscular. It ends a remarkably long and slender neck in such way that it may be held at right angle with the axis of the latter. When the...is glancing around, with the neck stretched up, and flat triangular head bent forward, swaying from one side to the other, we catch the likeness in a moment...

Bulletin, Numero 7

Geological and Natural History Survey of Minnesota - 1892 - 299 sivua
...lithe, and muscular. It ends a remarkably long and slender neck in such way that it may be held at right angle with the axis of the latter. When the...is glancing around, with the neck stretched up, and flat triangular head bent forward, swaying from one side to the other, we catch the likeness in a moment...

Diseases and Enemies of Poultry, Osa 1

Leonard Pearson, Benjamin Harry Warren - 1897 - 866 sivua
...neck In such a way lhal II may be held at right angle with the axis of the latter. When the animal is glancing around with the neck stretched up and the flat triangular head bent forward and swaying from one side to the other we catch the likeness in a moment — it la the image of a serpent."...

The Diseases and enemies of poultry

Pennsylvania. Dept. of Agriculture - 1897
...neck In such a way thai it may be held at right angle with the axis »f the latter. When the animal Is glancing around with the neck stretched up and the flat triangular head bent forward and swaying from one side to the other we catch the likenesa in a moment— It la the Image of a serpent."...

Familiar Life in Field and Forest: The Animals, Birds, Frogs, and Salamanders

Ferdinand Schuyler Mathews - 1898 - 284 sivua
...muscular. It ends a remarkably long and slender neck in such a way that it may be held at right angles with the axis of the latter. When the creature is glancing around, with the neck stretched up and flat, triangular head bent forward, swaying from one side to the other, we catch the likeness in a...

Familiar Life in Field and Forest: The Animals, Birds, Frogs and Salamanders

Ferdinand Schuyler Mathews - 1898 - 284 sivua
...angles with the axis of the latter. When the creature is glancing around, with the neck stretched up and flat, triangular head bent forward, swaying from one side to the other, we catch the likeness in a moment—it is the image of a serpent! " * It seems as if this uncompromising, unqualified exposure...




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