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" Sloth is an inhabitant of forests within the tropics, where the trees touch each other in the greatest profusion, there seems to be no reason why he should confine himself to one tree alone for food, and entirely strip it of its leaves. During the many... "
The London Magazine - 第 346 頁
1826
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Wanderings in South America, the North-west of the United States, and the ...

Charles Waterton - 1825 - 326 頁
...trees touch each other in the greatest profusion, there seems to be no reason why he should confine himself to one tree alone for food, and entirely strip...would be a new crop on the part of the tree he had stripped first, ready for him to begin again, so quick is the process of vegetation in these countries....
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A Natural History of the Globe: Of Man, of Beasts, Birds, Fishes ..., 第 2 卷

Georges Louis Leclerc comte de Buffon - 1831
...trees touch each other in the greatest profusion, there seems to be no reason why he should confine himself to one tree alone for food, and entirely strip...would hazard a conjecture, that by the time the animal has finished the last of the old leaves, there would be a new crop on the part of the tree he had stripped...
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A System of Natural History: Containing Scientific and Popular Descriptions ...

1834 - 684 頁
...trees touch each other in the greatest profusion, there seems to be no reason why he should confine himself to one tree alone for food, and entirely strip...would hazard a conjecture, that by the time the animal has finished the last of the old leaves, there would be a new crop on the part of the tree he had stripped...
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The Family Magazine, Or, General Abstract of Useful Knowledge, 第 2 卷

1835
...trees touch each other in the greatest profusion, there seems to be no reason why he should confine himself to one tree alone for food, and entirely strip...would hazard a conjecture, that by the time the animal has finished the last of the old leaves, there would be a new crop on the part of the tree he had stripped...
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Family Magazine: Or Monthly Abstract of General Knowledge, 第 2 卷

1835
...trees touch each other in the greatest profusion, there seems to be no reason why he should confine himself to one tree alone for food, and entirely strip...would hazard a conjecture, that by the time the animal has finished the last of the old leaves, there would be a new crop on the part of the tree he had stripped...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight, 第 2 卷

Half hours - 1847
...profusion, there seems to be no reason why he should confine himself to one tree alone for food, anil entirely strip it of its leaves. During the many years...would be a new crop on the part of the tree he had stripped first, ready for him to begin again, so quick is the process of vegetation in these countries....
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Wonders of the Animal Kingdom: Mammalia

Wonders - 1847 - 390 頁
...never saw a tree in such state of nudity; indeed, that most likely by the time the animal had eaten the last of the old leaves there would be a new crop for him to begin upon again, so quick is the process of vegetation in these countries." We may also...
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The illustrated London reading book

1851 - 264 頁
...until he has completely stripped it of its leaves ; but Mr. Waterton says, " During the many years 1 have ranged the forests, I have never seen a tree...there would be a new crop on the part of the tree it had stripped first, ready for him to begin again—so quick is the process of vegetation in these...
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The Young Man's Evening Book: Embracing Sketches and Anecdotes in Natural ...

1855 - 324 頁
...trees touch «ach other in the greatest profusion, there seems to be no reason why he should confine himself to one tree alone for food, and entirely strip...would hazard a conjecture, that by the time the animal has finished the last of the old leaves, there would be a new crop on the part of the tree he had stripped...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight, 第 1 卷

Half hours - 1856
...trees touch each other in the greatest profusion, there seems to be no reason why he should confine himself to one tree alone for food, and entirely strip...would be a new crop on the part of the tree he had stripped first, ready for him to begin again, so quick is the process of vegetation in these countries....
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