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" Without doubt several hundred thousand animals thus perished in the river ; their bodies when putrid were seen floating down the stream ; and many in all probability were deposited in the estuary of the Plata. All the small rivers became highly saline)... "
Land Mammals in the Western Hemisphere - Page 34
by William Berryman Scott - 1913 - 693 lehte
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., 39. köide

1845
...open country the landmarks became obliterated, and people could not tell the limits of their estates. I was informed by an eye-witness that the cattle,...upwards of a thousand wild horses thus destroyed. I noticed that the smaller streams in the Pampas were paved with a breccia of bones, but this probably...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, 39. köide

1845
...open country the landmarks became obliterated, and people could not tell the limits of their estates. I was informed by an eye-witness that the cattle,...upwards of a thousand wild horses thus destroyed. I noticed that the smaller streams in the Pampas were paved with a breccia of bones, but this probably...
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Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries ...

Charles Darwin - 1846 - 336 lehte
...open country the landmarks became obliterated, and people could not tell the limits of their estates. I was informed by an eyewitness that the cattle in...those which followed. He adds, that more than once he * Travels, vol. i., p. 374. has seen the carcasses of upwards of a thousand wild horses thus destroyed....
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New York Municipal Gazette (New York, N.Y.), 1. köide,41–48. number

Ebenezer Meriam - 1847
...recover. Azara, describes the fury of the wild horses on a similar occasion, rushing into the marshui, those which arrived first being overwhelmed and crushed...those which followed. He adds, that more than once be has seen the carcasses of upwards of a thousand wild horses thus destroyed, I noticed thnt the smaller...
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The Gallery of Nature: a Pictorial and Descriptive Tour Through Creation ...

Thomas Milner - 1848 - 803 lehte
...open country the landmarks became obliterated, and people could not tell the limits of their estates. I was informed by an eye-witness that the cattle in...upwards of a thousand wild horses thus destroyed. I noticed that the smaller streams in the Pampas were paved with a breccia of bones, but this probably...
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The gallery of nature: a tour through creation

Thomas Milner - 1860
...The arm of the river which runs by San Pedro was so full of putrid carcasses, that the master of n vessel told me that the smell rendered it quite impassable....those which followed. He adds, that more than once he lias seen the carcasses of upwards of a thousand wild horses thus destroyed. I noticed that the smaller...
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JOURNAL OF RESEARCHES INTO THE COUNTRIES VISITED DURING THE VOYAGE OF H.M.S ...

CHARLES DARWIN, M.A., F.R.S., - 1871
...some troops at Ellore, and that a hare drank out of a vessel held by the adjutant of the regimeut. drowned. The arm of the river which runs by San Pedro...upwards of a thousand wild horses thus destroyed. I noticed that the smaller streams in the Pampas were paved with a breccia of bones, but this probably...
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Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries ...

Charles Darwin - 1876 - 519 lehte
...of the wild horses on a similar occasion, rushing into the marshes, those which arrived first beingr overwhelmed and ' crushed by those which followed....upwards of a thousand wild horses thus destroyed. I noticed that the smaller streams in the Pampas were paved with a breccia of bones, but this probably...
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A Naturalist's Voyage: Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and ...

Charles Darwin - 1889 - 519 lehte
...some troops at Ellore, and that a hare drank out of ii vessel held by the adjutant of the regiment. and thus were drowned. The arm of the river which...upwards of a thousand wild horses thus destroyed. I noticed that the smaller streams in the Pampas were paved with a breccia of bones, but this probably...
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Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries ...

Charles Darwin - 1889 - 615 lehte
...in particular spots ; for when an animal drinks of such water it does not recover. Azara describes t the fury of the wild horses on a similar occasion,...followed. He adds that more than once he has seen the carcases of upwards of a thousand wild horses thus destroyed. I noticed that the smaller streams in...
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