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Natural History of the Mammalia of India - Essay - Indian History - Robert A. Sterndale - PART VIII

They also shoot great numbers of full-grown ones for food, the ground in places in the desert being very favourable for stalking.' In Bikaneer too, according to information given by Major Tytler to...
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Natural History of the Mammalia of India - Essay - Indian History - Robert A. Sterndale - PART VII

This mouse was discovered and named by Dr. Anderson, who procured one example at Ponsee, where it occurs, he says, on the old rice and Indian corn clearings. The next species is also a new one disc...
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Natural History of the Mammalia of India - Essay - Indian History - Robert A. Sterndale - PART V

The cry of the mungoose is a grating mew, varied occasionally by a little querulous yelp, which seems to be given in an interrogative sort of way when searching for anything.
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Natural History of the Mammalia of India - Essay - Indian History - Robert A. Sterndale - PART VI

The chin and sides of the throat are paler grizzled than on the back and the lower part of the throat; the chest, belly, and inside of the limbs are either pale yellow or rich orange-yellow, or pas...
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Natural History of the Mammalia of India - Essay - Indian History - Robert A. Sterndale - PART IX

There is a lovely little photograph of this gazelle in Kinloch's 'Large Game of Thibet,' wonderfully life-like; the head seems to stand out from the page. He describes it under Hodgson's generic na...
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Natural History of the Mammalia of India - Essay - Indian History - Robert A. Sterndale - PART IV

Lions pair off at each season, and for the time they are together they show great attachment to each other, but the male has to fight for his spouse, who bestows herself on the victor.
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Natural History of the Mammalia of India - Essay - Indian History - Robert A. Sterndale - PART III

The general colour is blackish-brown; the spines are narrowly tipped with black, succeeded by a narrowish yellow band; then a blackish-brown band, the rest of the spine being yellowish;
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Natural History of the Mammalia of India - Essay - Indian History - Robert A. Sterndale - PART II

General colour fulvous olivaceous, paler beneath and with an ashy tinge; ears with a narrow margin of white (Jerdon.) A reddish smear on neck and shoulders of most specimens; membranes dusky brown.
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Natural History of the Mammalia of India - Essay - Indian History - Robert A. Sterndale - PART I

At present the only work of the kind is one which treats exclusively of the Peninsula of India, and which consequently omits the more interesting types found in Assam, Burmah, and Ceylon, as well a...
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This means that screening has to be timely as there is only a very narrow window of opportunity for treating these babies and the condition can quickly progress to high risk prethreshold or thresho...
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