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Página 157 - I think this is as curious a case of instinct as ever I heard of, and likewise of adaptation in structure between two objects apparently so remote from each other in the scheme of nature, as a crab and a cocoa-nut tree.
Página i - WARNER, MD, Assistant Physician, and Lecturer on Botany to the London Hospital, etc. With 51 Illustrations. $1.75. 52. ANTHROPOID APES. By ROBERT HARTMANN, Professor in the University of Berlin. With 63 Illustrations. $1.75. New York : D. APPLETON & CO., 1, 3, & 5 Bon/l Street.