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" The tortoises, when purposely moving towards any point, travel by night and day, and arrive at their journey's end much sooner than would be expected. "
What Darwin Saw in His Voyage Round the World in the Ship Beagle - Стр. 62
авторы: Charles Darwin - 1879 - Страниц: 228
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A popular history of reptiles; or, An introduction to the study of the class ...

Popular history - 1843
...falls during the few rainy days in the year. " The Tortoises, when moving towards any definite point, travel by night and day, and arrive at their journey's...sooner than would be expected. The inhabitants, from observations on marked individuals, consider that they can move a distance of about eight miles in...
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The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Том 25

1843
...be expected. The inhabitants, from observations on marked individuals, consider that they can move a distance of about eight miles in two or three days. One large tortoise which I watched, I found walked al the rate of sixty yards in ten minutes, that is, 360 in the hour, or four miles a...
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Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Объемы 25-26

1843
...described as being best. The tortoises, when moving towards _any definite point, travel by night an<l by day, and arrive at their journey's end much sooner than would be expected. Tim inhabitants, from observations on marked individuals, consider that they can more a distance of...
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The penny cyclopædia [ed. by G. Long]., Том 25

Society for the diffusion of useful knowledge - 1843
...be expected. The, inhabitants, from observations on marked individuals, consider that they can move a distance of about eight miles in two or three "days. One larce tortoise which I watched, I found walked at the rate of sixty yards in ten minutes, that is,...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Том 21

1850
...continue to move onward both by night and by day. Mr. Darwin watched one large tortoise, and found that it walked at the rate of sixty yards in ten minutes ; that is, 360 in the hour, or four miles a-day, allowing a little time for it to eat on the road. The love-pranks...
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Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and Geology of ..., Объемы 1-2

Charles Darwin - 1846 - Страниц: 336
...pericardium, which is described as being best. The tortoises, when purposely moving towards any point, travel by night and day, and arrive at their journey's...at the rate of sixty yards in ten minutes, that is 360 yards in the hour, or four miles a day, allowing a little time for it to eat on the road. During...
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Natural history. Reptiles

Philip Henry Gosse - 1850
...described as being best. The Tortoises, when moving towards any definite point, travel by night and by day, and arrive at their journey's end much sooner than would be expected. The inhabitants, from observation on marked individuals, consider that they can move a distance of about eight miles in two...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Том 21

1850
...continue to move onward both by night and by day. Mr. Darwin watched one large tortoise, and found that it walked at the rate of sixty yards in ten minutes ; that is, 360 in the hour, or four miles a-day, allowing a little time for it to eat on the road. The love-pranks...
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Leaves from the Note Book of a Naturalist

William John Broderip - 1852 - Страниц: 413
...to move onwards both by night and by day. Mr. Darwin watched one large tortoise, and found that it walked at the rate of sixty yards in ten minutes ; that is, 360 in the hour, or four miles a-day, allowing a little time for it to eat on the road. The love-pranks...
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Cassell's popular natural history, Объемы 3-4;Том 128

Cassell, ltd - 1859
...falls during the few rainy days in the year. " The tortoises, when moving towards any definite point, travel by night and day, and arrive at their journey's...sooner than would be expected. The inhabitants, from observations on marked individuals, consider that they can move a distance of about eight miles in...
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