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" They rushed to the rescue ; some bit at the stone and tried to move it, others seized the prisoner by the legs and tugged with such force that I thought the legs would be pulled off, but they persevered until they got the captive free. I next covered... "
The Naturalist in Nicaragua: A Narrative of a Residence at the Gold Mines of ... - Page 26
by Thomas Belt - 1874 - 403 lehte
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The Literary World, 26. köide

1882
...of clay, leaving only the ends of itsantennce projecting. It was soon discovered by its fellows, who set to work immediately, and by biting off pieces of the clay soon liberated it. Another time 1 found a very few of them passing along at intervals. I confined one of these under a piece of clay...
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The Journal of Science: 1874, 11. köide

1874
...legs and tugged with such force that I thought the legs would be pulled off, but they persevered till they got the captive free. I next covered one up with...of clay, at a little distance from the line, with its head projecting. At last an ant discovered it and tried to pull it out, but could not. It immediately...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., 11. köide

James Samuelson, William Crookes - 1874
...legs and tugged with such force that I thought the legs would be pulled off, but they persevered till they got the captive free. I next covered one up with...of clay, at a little distance from the line, with its head projecting. At last an ant discovered it and tried to pull it out, but could not. It immediately...
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The Journal of Science: 1877, 14. köide

1877
...they got the captive free. I next covered one up with a piece of clay, leaving only the ends of the antennae projecting. It was soon discovered by its...along at intervals : I confined one of these under a little piece of clay, with his head projecting. Several ants passed it, but at last one discovered...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., 14. köide

James Samuelson, Sir William Crookes - 1877
...they got the captive free. I next covered one up with a piece of clay, leaving only the ends of the antennae projecting. It was soon discovered by its...along at intervals : I confined one of these under a little piece of clay, with his head projecting. Several ants passed it, but at last one discovered...
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The Quarterly Journal of Science, 11. köide

1874
...legs and tugged with such force that I thought the legs would be pulled off, but they persevered till they got the captive free. I next covered one up with...of clay, at a little distance from the line, with its head projecting. At last an ant discovered it and tried to pull it out, but could not. It immediately...
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The Brain as an Organ of Mind

H. Charlton Bastian - 1880 - 708 lehte
...they got the captive free. I next covered one np with a piece of clay, leaving only the ends of the antennae projecting. It was soon discovered by its...biting off pieces of the clay, soon liberated it." It is possible, however, that such acts as arc above recorded may have been very commonly performed...
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A Natural History Reader for School and Home

1883 - 414 lehte
...clay, leaving only the ends of the antennae projecting. It was soon discovered by its fellows, who set to work immediately, and, by biting off pieces of the clay, soon liberated it. 9. " Another time I found a very few of them passing along at intervals. I confined one of these under...
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Glimpses of the Animate World; Or, Science and Literature of Natural History ...

1885 - 414 lehte
...clay, leaving only the ends of the antennae projecting. It was soon discovered by its fellows, who set to work immediately, and, by biting off pieces of the clay, soon liberated it. 9. " Another time I found a very few of them passing along at intervals. I confined one of these under...
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The Brain as an Organ of Mind

H. Charlton Bastian - 1887 - 708 lehte
...piece of clay, leaving only the ends of the antennae projecting. It was soon discovered by its fellowa, which set to work immediately, and by biting off pieces of the clay, soon liberated it." It is possible, however, that such acts as are above recorded may have been very commonly performed...
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