Gold, Sport, and Coffee Planting in Mysore

Language: English
Wordcount: 170,615 / 480 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 72.1
LoC Category: HF
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Added to site: 2004.11.16
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Genre: Non-fiction
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snakes run away.

Many snakes are harmless, and some useful.

Wild animals probably require to be taught by their parents to dread man.

A tame stag. A tame flying squirrel.

A tame hornbill.

Probable cause of pets not caring to rejoin their wild congeners.

Some remarks on guns. The Paradox.

CHAPTER VI.

--BISON SHOOTING.

Unless molested the bison never attacks man.

An attempt to photograph a solitary bull.

Description of the bison.

Height of bull bison. Account of an interesting friendship between a tame sambur deer and a bull bison.

Bison are often attacked by tigers.

Interesting instance of a tiger stalking up to a solitary bull.

The tiger and bull knocked over right and left.

Precautions that should be taken when following up a wounded bull.

A tracker killed by a bull. Following a wounded bull.

Stalking up to a herd. The value of peppermint lozenges.

How a wounded bull may be lost.

The value of a dog when fo

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