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" ... caves of rocks which it inhabits. This analogy explains the accumulation of the bones in the den at Kirkdale. They were carried in for food by the hyaenas ; the smaller animals, perhaps, entire; the larger ones piecemeal ; for by no other means could... "
Annals of Philosophy - Seite 218
herausgegeben von - 1822
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

1822
...animal to the purpose of cracking bones, and whose habit it is to carry home part of iU prey to devonr them in the caves of rocks which it inhabits. This...attrition, but they are not. " Judging from the proportions ofthe remains now found in the den, the ordinary food of the hyamas seems to have been oxen, deer,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Band 92,Teil 1

1822
...ones piecemeal ; for by no other means could the bones of such large animals as the elephant and the rhinoceros have arrived at the inmost recesses of...been worn off by attrition, but they are not. Judging 1622.] Antiquarian Researches. Judging from the proportions of the re1mains now found in the den, the...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Band 92

Edward Cave, John Nichols - 1822
...bone» of such large animals as the elephant and the rhinoceros have arrived at the inmost rceesse« of so small a hole, unless rolled thither by water...the angles would have been worn off by attrition, h\rt they ut not. Antiquarian Raearclies. the proportion* of tho refound in the den, the ordinary hyaenas...
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Essays on the Theory of the Earth

Georges Baron Cuvier, Robert Jameson - 1822 - 454 Seiten
...the elephant, rhinoceros, and hippopotamus have arrived at the inmost recesses of so small a fissure, unless rolled thither by water ; in which case the angles would have been worn off by attrition, which is not the case. Bones of the same animals have been found in similar caves in other parts of...
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the edinburgh annual register for 1822

- 1824
...animals piecemeal, the smaller ones perhaps entire ; for by no other means could the bones of Midi large animals as the elephant and rhinoceros have...the angles would have been worn off by attrition, which they are not. Judging from the proportions of the remains found in the den, the ordinary food...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, for 1808-26, Band 15

1824
...bones of such large animals as the elephant and rhinoceros have arrived at the inmost recesses of BO small a hole, unless rolled thither by water ; in...the angles would have been worn off by attrition, which they are not. Judging from the proportions of the remains found in tlte den, the ordinary food...
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Assistant of Education, Band 9

1827
...larger ones piecemeal ; for by no other means could the bones of such large animals as the elephant or rhinoceros have arrived at the inmost recesses of...in which case the angles would have been worn off, which they are not. Judging from the proportion of the remains now found in the den, the ordinary food...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Band 15

1824
...were carried in as food by the hyaenas, die large animals piecemeal, the smaller ones perhaps entire ; for by no other means could the bones of such large...the angles would have been worn off by attrition, which they are not. Judging from the proportions of the remains found in the den, the ordinary food...
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Outlines of Oryctology: An Introduction to the Study of Fossil Organic ...

James Parkinson - 1830 - 350 Seiten
...teeth are adapted beyond those of any other animal to the purpose of cracking bones, and whose habit is to carry home parts of its prey to devour them...have been worn off by attrition, but they are not. 336 in the den, the ordinary food of the hyaenas seems to have been oxen, deers, and water-rats ; the...
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