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" The anthropoid apes no doubt approach nearer to man in bodily structure than do any other animals, but, when we consider the habits of ants, their large communities and elaborate habitations, their roadways, their possession of domestic animals, and,... "
Ants, Bees, and Wasps: A Record of Observations on the Habits of the Social ... - Page 1
by Sir John Lubbock - 1913 - 436 lehte
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The Fortnightly Review, 27. köide

1877 - 28 lehte
...CXXIII. NEW SERIES.—MAltOH 1, 1877. ON THE HABITS OF ANTS. THE Anthropoid apes no doubt approach Dearer to man in bodily structure than do any other animals; but when we consider tho habits of Ants, their social organisation, their large communities, elaborate habitations, their...
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The Journal of the Royal institution of Great Britain. Notices of ..., 8. köide

Royal institution of Great Britain - 1879
...Secretary and VicePresident, in the Chair. SIB JOHN LUBBOCK, Bart. MPDCLFRSMRI The Habits of Ants. THE Anthropoid apes no doubt approach nearer to man...their social organisation, their large communities, elaborate habitations, their roadways, their possession of domestic animals, and even, in some cases,...
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Scientific lectures

John Lubbock (1st baron Avebury.) - 1879 - 187 lehte
...nature. V 2 ON THE HABITS OF ANTS. • LECTURE III. I. THE Anthropoid apes no doubt approach more nearly to Man in bodily structure than do any other animals...their social organisation, their large communities, elaborate habitations, their roadways, their possession of domestic animals, and even, in some cases,...
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Notices of the Proceedings at the Meetings of the Members of the ..., 8. köide

Royal Institution of Great Britain - 1879
...Secretary and VicePrésident, in the Chair. SIR JOHN LUBBOCK, Bart. MPDCLFESMRI The llabits of Ants. Тнв Anthropoid apes no doubt approach nearer to man in...bodily structure than do any other animals ; but when wo consider the habits of uuts, their social organisation, their largo communities, elaborate habitations,...
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Proceedings, 8. köide

Royal Institution of Great Britain - 1879
...in the Chair. SIB JOHN LUBBOCK, Bart. MPDCLFRSMRI The Habits of Ants. Tax Anthropoid apes no donbt approach nearer to man in bodily structure than do any other animals ; but when wo consider the habits of ants, their social organisation, their large communities, elaborate habitations,...
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The Relations of Science and Religion: The Morse Lecture, 1880, Connected ...

Henry Calderwood - 1881 - 323 lehte
...modes of life, has stated this in the following manner, — "The anthropoid apes no doubt approach more to man in bodily structure than do any other animals;...when we consider the habits of ants, their social organization, their large communities, elaborate habitations, their roadways, their possession of domestic...
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Ceremonial Institutions: Being Part IV of the Principles of Sociology (the ...

Herbert Spencer - 1883 - 237 lehte
...us out to be, as Irishmen say, ' The sons of our ants.' For he begins his entertaining book thus: 4 The anthropoid apes no doubt approach nearer to man...animals, but, when we consider the habits of ants, their large communities and elaborate habitations, their roadways, their possession of domestic animals,...
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Man Before Metals

Nicolas Joly - 1883 - 365 lehte
...make us out to be, as Irishmen say, * The sons of our ants.' For he begins his entertaining book thus: 'The anthropoid apes no doubt approach nearer to man...animals, but, when we consider the habits of ants, their large communities and elaborate habitations, their roadways, their possession of domestic animals,...
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The Principles of Psychology, 1. köide

Herbert Spencer - 1883
...out to be. as Irishmen say, * The sons of our ants.' For ho btplns his entertaining book thus: ' Tho anthropoid apes no doubt approach nearer to man in...animals, but, when we consider the habits of ants, their large communities and elaborate habitations, their roadways, their possession of domestic animals,...
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The Royal Readers: Special Canadian Series ..., 5. raamat

1883
...time for minute and long-continued observations of ants, bees, and wasps.] The anthropoid (man-like) apes no doubt approach nearer to man in bodily structure...when we consider the habits of ants, their social organization, their large communities and elaborate habitations, their roadways, their possession of...
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