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" Bearing informed me that one of his specimens, after being irritated and annoyed in its cage, in moving suddenly, accidentally struck one of its fangs into its own body ; it soon rolled over and died as any other animal would have done. Here, then, we... "
Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art - Seite 350
von David Ames Wells, Charles Robert Cross, John Trowbridge, William Ripley Nichols, George Bliss, Samuel Kneeland - 1854
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Riddell's review and epitomist: a literary miscellany

...well as aniaials. It is even jnst as fatal to the snake itself as. to other animals, for l1r. Dearing informed me that one of his specimens, after being...in moving suddenly accidentally struck one of its tangs into its own body : it soon rolled over, and died as any other animal. Here, then, we have the...
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Pharmaceutical Journal: A Weekly Record of Pharmacy and Allied Sciences, Band 13

1854
...well as animals. It is even just as fatal to the snake itself as to other animals ; for Dr. Dearing informed me that one of his specimens, after being...irritated and annoyed in its cage in moving suddenly, accidently strnck one of its fangs into its own body ; it soon rolled over and died, as any other animal...
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the chemist

john and charles watt - 1854
...well as animals. It is even just as fatal to the snake itself as to other animals ; for Dr. Dearing informed me that one of his specimens, after being...irritated and annoyed in its cage, in moving suddenly, accidently struck one of its fangs into its own body ; it soon rolled over and died, as any other animal...
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The Chemist

1854
...well as animals. It is even just as fatal to the snake itself as to other animals ; for Dr. Dearing informed me that one of his specimens, after being irritated and annoyed ii. its cage, in moving suddenly, accidently struck one of its fangs into its own body ; it soon rolled...
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Adventures in the Wilds of the United States and British American ..., Band 2

Charles Lanman - 1856
...even just as fatal to the snake itself as to other animals, for one specimen that we have heard of, after being irritated and annoyed in its cage, in...-accidentally struck one of its fangs into its own body, when it soon rolled over and died, as any other animal would have done. Here, then, we have the remarkable,...
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Things Not Generally Known: A Popular Hand-book of Facts Not Readily ...

John Timbs - 1857 - 432 Seiten
...living things, vegetables as well as animals. It is even just as fatal to the snake itself, as to other animals; for Dr. Bearing informed me that one of his...Here, then, we have the remarkable, and, perhaps, uniqne physiological fact, of a liquid secreted directly from the blood, which proves deadly when introduced...
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Things Not Generally Known: a Popular Handbook of Facts Not Readily ...

David Ames Wells - 1863 - 432 Seiten
...animals. It if even just as fatal to the suake itself, as to other animals ; for Dr. Dearing informed mo that one of his specimens, after being irritated and...blood, which proves deadly when introduced into the verr source (the blood) from which it was derived! With the view of ascertaining the power and amonnt...
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The world of wonders: a record of things wonderful in nature, science and ...

1874
...animals. It is even just as fatal it the snake itself, as to other animals; for Dr. Dearing 282 283 states that one of his specimens, after being irritated and...accidentally struck one of its fangs into its own body, when it soon rolled over and died. Here, then, we have the remarkable, and perhaps unique physiological...
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The world of wonders: a record of things wonderful in nature, science and ...

World - 1877
...as fatal to tht snake itself, as /•> other animals y for Dr. Dealing THE DIVINING ROD. 383 states that one of his specimens, after being irritated and...accidentally struck one of its fangs into its own body, when it soon rolled over and died. Here, then, we have the remarkable, and perhaps unique physiological...
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Pharmaceutical Journal;: A Weekly Record of Pharmacy and Allied ..., Band 13

1854
...well as animals. It is even just as fatal to the snake itself as to other animals ; for Dr. Dearing informed me that one of his specimens, after being...irritated and annoyed in its cage in moving suddenly, accidently struck one of its fangs into its own body; it soon rolled over and died, as any other animal...
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