eating acuttle fish.docx - Pedro de Nolasko The bright green colour of these bushes always reminded me of therank grass in a churchyard both are

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Pedro de Nolasko. The bright green colour of these bushes always reminded me of therank grass in a churchyard: both are nourished by putridexhalations; the one speaks of death past, and the other too oftenof death to come. " tome 2 page 386. Bynoe saw one in Tierra del Fuego eating acuttle-fish; and at Low's Harbour, another was killed in the act ofcarrying to its hole a large volute shell. The "Beagle" sailed from the Rio Plata, never again to enter itsmuddy stream. fire made of. The plain,which abuts against the Sierra, is traversed by some curiousgulleys, of which one was about twenty feet wide, and at leastthirty deep; we were obliged in consequence to make a considerablecircuit before we could find a pass. Falkland Islands. To complete the grave, the Indians had contrived todetach from the ledge a huge fragment, and to throw it over thepile so as to rest on the two blocks. Someauthors have attempted to explain this, by supposing that the waterretains its level, whilst the land oscillates upwards; but surelythe water close to the land, even on a rather steep coast,
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  • Spring '19
  • Cape Horn, Tierra del Fuego, Falkland Islands, Guardia del Monte, Pedro de Nolasko

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