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" ... defend himself with obstinacy, and fight in silence to the last gasp. He bites dangerously, and with such determined fury, that, in order to make him relinquish his hold, ponderous wooden and even iron bars are necessary to be forced between his jaws.... "
A History of the Earth and Animated Nature - Сторінка 223
автори: Georges Louis Leclerc comte de Buffon - 1810
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Buffon's Natural history, corrected and enlarged by J. Wright. (To which are ...

Georges Louis Le Clerc (comte de Buffon.) - 1831
...iron bars are necessary to be forced between his jaws. The flesh of the Fox is not so bad as the flesh of the wolf. Dogs, and even men, eat it in autumn,...upon his belly. In this posture he watches for the birds as they perch on the hedges; who no sooner perceive him than they give each other warning of...
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A System of Natural History: Containing Scientific and Popular Descriptions ...

1834 - 684 стор.
...iron bars are necessary to be forced between his jaws. The flesh of the fox is not so bad as the flesh of the wolf. Dogs, and even men, eat it in autumn,...himself, he stretches out his hind legs, and remains flat on his belly. In this posture he watches for the birds as they perch on the hedges ; who no sooner...
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Buffon's Natural history of man, the globe, and of ..., Томи 1 – 2

Georges Louis Leclerc comte de Buffon - 1857
...iron bars are necessary to be forced between his jaws. The flesh of the Fox is not so bad as the flesh of the wolf. Dogs, and even men, eat it in autumn,...closely approached, there is no great danger of awaking Sum. When he only means to rest himself, he stretches oat his hind legs, and remains flat upon his...
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Facts and phases of animal life, and the claims of animals to humane treatment

Vernon S. Morwood - 1882
...Referring to the use of the body of the fox, the same writer says : ' The flesh of the fox is not so bad as that of the wolf; dogs, and even men, eat it in autumn, especially if he has been fattened with grapes ; and in winter good furs are made of his skin .... The black is the...
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