Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Band 7

Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1856
"Publications of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia": v. 53, 1901, p. 788-794.

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Seite 103 - ... was quite active. Their limbs and strong claws are admirably adapted for crawling over the rugged and fissured masses of lava, which everywhere form the coast. In such situations, a group of six or seven of these hideous reptiles may oftentimes be seen on the black rocks, a few feet above the surf, basking in the sun with outstretched legs.
Seite 404 - This species is remarkable for the intense pain caused by its bite. I do not know whether it ever willingly plunges its rostrum into any person ; but when caught or unskilfully handled, it always stings.
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