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" Here the ganet soares high into the sky to espy his prey in the sea under him, at which he casts himself headlong into the sea, and swallows up whole herrings in a morsell. This bird flys through the ship's sailes, piercing them with his beak. "
The Natural History of Ireland - Página 261
por William Thompson - 1851
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volumen190

1899
...by grappling him with his claw and forcing him to run headlong into precipices. Here the ganet soars into the sky to espy his prey in the sea under him, and swallows up whole herrings in a morsel. This bird flies through the ships' sails, piercing them...
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Nature in Ireland: A Scientific and Cultural History

John Wilson Foster - 1998 - 658 páginas
...grappling him with his claw, and forcing him to run headlong into precipices.' And again: 'Here the ganet scares high into the sky to espy his prey in the sea...into the sea, and swallows up whole herrings in a morseli. This bird flys through the ship's sailes, piercing them with his beak.' He repeats the barnacle...
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