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" But it must not be supposed they have the power of elevating themselves in the air, after having left their native element ; for, on watching them,' I have often seen them fall much below the elevation at which they first rose from the water, but never... "
Comparisons of structure in animals. The hand and the arm - Halaman 86
oleh Comparisons - 1799 - 192 halaman
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The Mysteries of the Ocean

Arthur Mangin - 1868 - 470 halaman
...will rise as high as twenty feet. "It must not be supposed," says the naturalist Bennett,* " they have the power of elevating themselves in the air after...often seen them fall much below the elevation at which thev TUB DRAGON (Ptfami draco}. originally rose from the water, but never in any one instance could...
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THE OCEAN WORLD

LOUIS FIGUIER - 1868
...it must not be supposed that they have the power of raising themselves into the air after 1 laving left their native element ; for on watching them I...elevation at which they first rose from the water ; nor have I ever in any instance seen them rise from the height to which they first sprang, for I...
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Beeton's Dictionary of natural history

Samuel Orchart Beeton - 1871 - 290 halaman
...themselves after leaving their native element ; for, on watching them, 1 have often seen them full much below the elevation at which they first rose...but never in any one instance could I observe them rise from the height at which they at first sprang ; for I regard the elevation they take to depend...
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A History of British Fishes, Volume 2

Robert Hamilton - 1876 - 136 halaman
...not however, be supposed that they have the power of elevating themselves in the air after they have left their native element ; for, on watching them,...which they first rose from the water, but never, in one instance, could I observe them raise themselves from the height to which they first sprang ; for...
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The American Naturalist, Volume 14

1880
...and upwards. But it must not be supposed they have the power of elevating themselves after leaving their native element ; for on watching them, I have...but never in any one instance could I observe them rise from the height at which they first sprang ; for I regard the elevation they take to depend on...
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In the tropical regions; or, Nature and natural history in the torrid zone

REGIONS. - 1882 - 251 halaman
...considered to be upwards of twenty feet. But it must not be supposed that they have the power of raising themselves in the air after having left their native...elevation at which they first rose from the water ; nor have I ever in any instance seen them rise from the height to which they first sprung, for I...
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Earth, Sea and Sky, Or Marvels of the Universe: Being a Full and Graphic ...

Henry Davenport Northrop - 1887
...while, when hard pressed, they will rise as high as twenty feet. It must not be supposed that they have the power of elevating themselves in the air after...left their native element; for/ on watching them, they have often been seen to much below the elevation at which they originally rose from the water,...
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Earth, Sea and Sky: Or, Marvels of the Universe ... Containing Thrilling ...

Henry Davenport Northrop - 1887 - 840 halaman
...while, when hard pressed, they will rise as high as twenty feet. It must not be supposed that they have the power of elevating themselves in the air after...left their native element; for, on watching them, they have often been seen to fall much below the elevation at which they originally rose from the water,...
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Earth, Sea and Sky, Or, Marvels of the Universe: Being a Full and Graphic ...

Henry Davenport Northrop - 1887 - 864 halaman
...ship, which is considered as high as twenty feet and upwards. But it must not be supposed they have the power of elevating themselves in the air after having left their native clement ; for, on watching them, I have often seen them fall much below the elevation at which they...
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The Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, Volume 4

Bombay Natural History Society - 1889
...scientific explorers of New South Wales — fishes of the so-called flying genus (Exocetus) have "no power of elevating themselves in the air after having...their native element ; for on watching them, I have seen them fall much below the elevation at which they originally rose from the water, but never, in...
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