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" He was sufficiently well trained to allow himself to be harnessed to a car, in which he drew a young lady round the tank ; he learned to recognize his keeper, would allow himself to be handled by him, and at the proper time would come and put his head... "
Mammilia, their various forms and habits, adapted by E.P. Wright - Page 82
by Louis Guillaume Figuier - 1875
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Boston Journal of Natural History, Volume 7

Natural history - 1863
...which he drew a young lady around the tank ; he learned to recognize his keeper, would allow himself to be handled by him, and at the proper time would come and put his head out of the water to receive the harness or take food. At times, he showed a playful disposition,...
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The Natural History Review, Issues 17-20

Natural history - 1865
...which he drew a young lady round the tank ; he learned to recognize his keeper, would allow himself to be handled by him, and at the proper time would come and put his head out of the water to receive the harness or take food." " At times, he showed a playful disposition,...
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A History of British Quadrupeds: Including the Cetacea

Thomas Bell, Robert F. Tomes, Edward Richard Alston - Great Britain - 1874 - 474 pages
...which he drew a young lady round the tank ; he learned to recognize his keeper, would allow himself to be handled by him, and at the proper time would come and put his head out of the water to receive the harness or take food. At times he showed a playful disposition,...
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The seals and whales of the British seas

Thomas Southwell - 1881
...intelligence a specimen exhibited in America, which " learned to recognize his keeper, and would allow himself to be handled by him, and at the proper time would come and put his head out of the water to receive the harness " by which he was attached to a car in which he drew...
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In the polar regions; or, Nature and natural history in the frozen zone

Polar regions - 1882
...which he drew a young lady round the tank ; he learned to recognize his keeper, would allow himself to be handled by him, and at the proper time would come and put his head out of the water to receive the harness or take food. At times he showed a playful disposition,...
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In the polar regions: or, Nature and natural history in the frozen zone

History - 1882 - 238 pages
...which he drew a young lady round the tank; he learned to recognize his keeper, would allow himself to be handled by him, and at the proper time would come and put his head out of the water to receive the harness or take food. At times he showed a playful disposition,...
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The Annals and Magazine of Natural History

Natural history - 1866
...he drew a young lady around the tank ; he learned to recognize his keeper, and would allow himself to be handled by him, and. at the proper time would come and put his head out of the water to receive the harness or take his food." "He was less docile than a specimen...
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