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" ... were continually passing and repassing. Every time they came along a number of ants were crushed to death. They persevered in crossing for some time, but at last set to work and tunnelled underneath each rail. One day, when the... "
The Naturalist in Nicaragua: A Narrative of a Residence at the Gold Mines of ... - Page 83
by Thomas Belt - 1874 - 403 lehte
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The Popular Science Monthly, 19. köide

1881
...in the leaf-cutting ants of South America, the general habits of which we have already considered : A nest was made near one of our tramways, and to get...trees the ants had to cross the rails, over which the wagons were continually passing and repassing. Every time they came along a number of ants were crushed...
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The Midland Naturalist: The Journal of the "Midland Union of ..., 11–12. köide

Edward W. Badger, William Hillhouse - 1888
...many others, is adduced as an instance of the reasoning powers of these wonderful little animals: — "A nest was made near one of our tramways, and to...crushed to death. They persevered in crossing for several days, but at last set to work and tunnelled underneath each rail. One day when the waggons...
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Animal Intelligence

George John Romanes - 1891 - 520 lehte
...part of the leaf-cutting ants of South America, whose general habits we have already considered : — A nest was made near one of our tramways, and to get...along a number of ants were crushed to death. They pei'severed in crossing for some time, but at last set to work and tunnelled underneath each rail....
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The romance of the animal world: interesting descriptions of the strange ...

Edmund Selous - 1905 - 323 lehte
...interesting account of the sauba ants with one more instance of their intelligence. " A nest," he tells us, " was made near one of our tramways, and, to get to...and repassing. Every time they came along, a number 116 of ants were crushed to death. They persevered in crossing, for some time, but at last set to work...
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Outing, 45. köide

1905
...watch-house in order to put her out of her calculation." As to the intelligence of ants, Mr. Belt says: "A nest was made near one of our tramways, and to...trees the ants had to cross the rails, over which the wagons were continually passing. Every time a wagon came along a number of ants were crushed to death....
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Outing: Sport, Adventure, Travel, Fiction, 45. köide

1905
...watch-house in order to put her out of her calculation." As to the intelligence of ants, Mr. Belt says: "A nest was made near one of our tramways, and to...trees the ants had to cross the rails, over which the wagons were continually passing. Every time a wagon came along a number of ants were crushed to death....
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The Twentieth Century, 10. köide

1881
...in the leaf-cutting ants of South America, the general habits of which we have already considered. A nest was made near one of our tramways, and to get...trees the ants had to cross the rails, over which the wagons were continually passing and repassing. Every time they came along a number of ants were crushed...
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The Twentieth Century, 10. köide

1881
...in the leaf-cutting ants of South America, the general habits of which we have already considered. A nest was made near one of our tramways, and to get...trees the ants had to cross the rails, over which the wagons were continually passing and repassing. Every time they came along a number of anta were crushed...
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The Nineteenth Century: A Monthly Review, 10. köide

1881
...America, the general habits of which we have already considered. A nest was made near one of our tramwavs, and to get to the trees the ants had to cross the rails, over which the wagons were continually passing and repassing. Every time they camp along a number of ants were crushed...
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The Nineteenth Century, 10. köide

1881
...one of our tramways, and to get to the trees the ants had to cross the rails, over which the wagons were continually passing and repassing. Every time they came along a number of ante were crushed to death. They persevered in crossing for some time, but at last set to work and...
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