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" ... only covered with a few sticks and leaves. Its fellows make no effort to assist the fallen one, as they might easily do by kicking in the earth around the pit, but flee in terror. "
The Indian Forester - Page 529
1884
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The Friendly companion, and illustrated instructor

1883
...guard against falling into pits, &c., yet she readily falls into them ; and if a young one falls in, the mother will remain until the hunters come, without doing anything to assist her offspring out, as other animals would do. In its domesticated state the elephant is readily trained to obey....
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The Relations of Mind and Brain

Henry Calderwood - 1879 - 455 lehte
...catching it, and only covered with a few sticks and leaves."1 If a young elephant fall into a pit, " the mother will remain until the hunters come, without doing anything to assist it." " These facts are certainly against the conclusion that the elephant is an extraordinarily shrewd...
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Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon

Robert Armitage Sterndale - 1884 - 540 lehte
...guarding it against such dangers, the wild elephant readily falls into pits dug in its path, whilst its fellows flee in terror, making no effort to assist...not even feeding it by throwing in a few branches. " When a half-trained elephant of recent capture happens to get loose, and the approach of its keeper...
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Wild Beasts: A Study of the Characters and Habits of the Elephant, Lion ...

John Hampden Porter - 1894 - 380 lehte
...it, and which are only covered with a few sticks and leaves. Its fellows make no effort (in general) to assist the fallen one, as they might easily do by kicking in the earth around the edge, but fly in terror. It commonly happens that a young elephant tumbles into a pit, near which its...
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Thirteen Years Among the Wild Beasts of India: Their Haunts and Habits from ...

George P. Sanderson - 1907 - 387 lehte
...falls into pits dug for catching it, and only covered with a few sticks and leaves. Its fellows make no effort to assist the fallen one, as they might easily do by kicking in the earth around the pit, but flee in terror. It commonly happens that a young elephant falls into a pit, near which the mother...
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Trapping Wild Animals in Malay Jungles

Charles Mayer - 1921 - 207 lehte
...readily falls into a pit dug for catching it, only covered with a few sticks and leaves. Its fellows make no effort to assist the fallen one, as they might easily do by kicking in the earth around the pit, but they flee in terror. It commonly happens that a young elephant falls into a pit near which the...
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Trapping Wild Animals in Malay Jungles

Charles Mayer - 1921 - 207 lehte
...readily falls into a pit dug for catching it, only covered with a few sticks and leaves. Its fellows make no effort to assist the fallen one, as they might easily do by kicking in the earth around the pit, but they flee in terror. It commonly happens that a young elephant falls into a pit near which the...
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