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" Morning and evening the howling monkeys make a most fearful and harrowing noise, under which it is difficult to keep up one's buoyancy of spirit. The feeling of inhospitable wildness which the forest is calculated to inspire is increased tenfold under... "
Tropical Nature, and Other Essays - Page 45
by Alfred Russel Wallace - 1878 - 356 lehte
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The Quarterly Review, 175. köide

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, John Murray, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1892
...this comes from some defenceless fruit-eating animal, which is pounced upon by a tiger cat or stealthy boa-constrictor. Morning and evening the howling monkeys make a most fearful and harassing noise, under which it is difficult to keep up oue's buoyancy of spirits. The feeling of inhospitable...
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Geographical Spice: A Manual for the Use of Teachers

Eliza Happy Morton - 1893 - 210 lehte
...defenseless fruit-eating animal, which is pounced upon by a tiger-cat or stealthy boa constrictor. Morning and evening the howling monkeys make a most...to keep up one's buoyancy of spirit. The feeling of unhospitable wildness which the forest is calculated to inspire is increased tenfold under the fearful...
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A History of Land Mammals in the Western Hemisphere

William Berryman Scott - 1913 - 693 lehte
...but improperly, called Mycetes) are gifted with most unusual vocal powers. Mr. Bates says of them : "Morning and evening the howling monkeys make a most fearful and harrowing roar." "The brief evening chorus of animals then began, the chief performers being the howling monkeys,...
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The Living Age ..., 87. köide

1865
...which is pounced upon by a tiger-cat or stealthy boaconstrictor. Morning and evening the howlingmonkeys make a most fearful and harrowing noise, under which...one's buoyancy of spirit. The feeling of inhospitable wildne&s which the forest is calculated to inspire is increased tenfold under this fearful uproar....
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Tropical Rainforests: Latin American Nature and Society in Transition

Susan E. Place - 2001 - 244 lehte
...this comes from some defenceless fruit-eating animal, which is pounced upon by a tiger-cat or stealthy boaconstrictor. Morning and evening the howling monkeys...feeling of inhospitable wildness which the forest is calculated to inspire, is increased tenfold under this fearful uproar. Often, even in the still hours...
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The Naturalists: Scientific Travelers in the Golden Age of Natural History

Stephen R. Bown - 2002 - 256 lehte
...notable mostly for the different shading of their fur). "Morning and evening," he remembered, "the howler monkeys make a most fearful and harrowing noise, under...feeling of inhospitable wildness which the forest is calculated to inspire, is increased tenfold under this fearful uproar." The eerie sounds, distant squawks,...
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Scientific Travellers, 1790-1877

David M. Knight - 2004 - 3200 lehte
...this comes from some defenceless fruit-eating animal, which is pounced upon by a tiger-cat or stealthy boa-constrictor. Morning and evening the howling monkeys...feeling of inhospitable wildness which the forest is calculated to inspire, is increased tenfold under this fearful uproar. Often, even in the still hours...
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Beeton's Fact, fiction, history and adventure, ed. by S.O. Beeton, 1. köide

Samuel Orchart Beeton - 1870 - 1104 lehte
...this comes from some defenceless fruit-eating animal, which is pounced on by a tiger-cat or stealthy boa-constrictor. Morning and evening the howling monkeys...feeling of inhospitable wildness which the forest is calculated to inspire is increased tenfold under this fearful uproar. Often even in the still hours...
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The British Quarterly Review, 38. köide

Henry Allon - 1863
...this comes from some defenceless fruit-eating animal, which is pounced upon by a tiger-cat or stealthy boa-constrictor. Morning and evening the howling monkeys...feeling of inhospitable wildness which the forest is calculated to inspire is increased tenfold under this fearful uproar. Often, even in the still hours...
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