'Angling Sketches'', published in 1895, shows Andrew's wide-ranging and comprehensive study of nature. It describes how something mysterious happened to the fish in the lakes and lagoons of Scotland. It changed their normal behavior and the way they tasted. An interesting and worth-reading narrative.
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