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" ... from thirty to fifty individuals, but much larger numbers, even one hundred, are by no means uncommon. When large herds are in localities where fodder is not very plentiful, they divide into parties of from ten to twenty ; these remain separate, though... "
The Indian Forester - Page 571
1884
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Appletons' Journal

1879
...from ten to twenty ; these remain separate, though within two or three miles of each other. But they all take part in any common movement, such as a march into another tract of forest. The different parties keep themselves informed at all times of each other's whereabouts, chiefly by...
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The Quarterly Review, 146. köide

1878
...from ten to twenty; these remain separate, though within two or three miles of each other. But they all take part in any common movement, such as a march into another tract of forest. The different parties keep themselves informed at all times of each other's whereabouts, chiefly by...
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The Quarterly Review, 146. köide

1878
...from ten to twenty ; these remain separate, though within two or three miles of each other. But they all take, part in any common movement, such as a march into another tract of forest. The different parties keep themselves informed at all times of each other's whereabouts, chiefly by...
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The Quarterly Review, 146. köide

1878
...from ten to twenty ; these remain separate, though within two or three miles of each other. But they all take part in any common movement, such as a march into another tract of forest. The different parties keep themselves informed at all times of each other's whereabouts, chiefly by...
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Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon

Robert Armitage Sterndale - 1884 - 540 lehte
...localities where fodder is scarce a large herd usually divides into parties of from ten to twenty. These remain at some little distance from each other,...consisting of old elephants with their children and grandchildren. It thus happens that, though the gregarious instincts of elephants prompt them to form...
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Thirteen Years Among the Wild Beasts of India: Their Haunts and Habits from ...

George P. Sanderson - 1907 - 387 lehte
...from ten to twenty ; these remain separate, though within two or three miles of each other. But they all take part in any common movement, such as a march into another tract of forest. The different parties keep themselves informed at all times of each other's whereabouts, chiefly by...
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