Craters number of at the Galapagos Archipelago This phenomenon is quite

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of natives--Leave Australia. Craters, number of, at the Galapagos Archipelago. This phenomenon is quite different from thatof the salinas, and more extraordinary. Rolor, General. A man on horseback by riding round and round in a circle, orrather in a spire, so as to approach closer each time, may knock onthe head as many as he pleases. Moreover in sea-shells, it is known that the parts habituallycovered and shaded by the mantle of the animal, are of a palercolour than those fully exposed to the light, just as is the casewith this incrustation. Every article seemed to have been torn up and dividedby the natives. Scenes of violence. Occasionally adeer, or a Guanaco (wild Llama) may be seen; but the Agouti (CaviaPatagonica) is the commonest quadruped. Thecircumstance of spiders of the same
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species, but of different sexesand ages, being found on several occasions at the distance of manyleagues from the land, attached in vast numbers to the lines,renders it probable that the habit of sailing through the air is ascharacteristic of this tribe, as that of diving is of theArgyroneta. wild at theFalkland Islands. Near the head of the lagoon I was much surprised tofind a wide area, considerably more than a mile square, coveredwith a forest of delicately branching corals, which, thoughstanding upright, were all dead and rotten. However this may be, it is truly wonderful andbeautiful to see so great a bird, hour after hour, without anyapparent exertion, wheeling and gliding over mountain and river. Their
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