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hat is built on the top of four bamboos from fifteen to twenty feet high, and as the tiger cannot climb these the two men can remain in it and watch their snares in safety. The snares consists of large leaves or sometimes pieces of paper, about six inches square, covered on one side with a of the same nature as bird-lime, and containing poison, the smallest particle of white getting into the animal's eyes, causes instant and total blindness. They are laid about thickly, with the bird Breed side upwards, in the track of a tiger; and as surely as the animal puts his paw on one of the treacherous leaves he becomes a victim; for fighting it stick to his foot, he shears it, he then probably ruin his paw over his hoed in the attempt to rid himself of the Teary encumbrances, but they stick to his head at he then perhaps roils himself on the ground, when he becomes fairly covered, and while in catching himself to get free, some of the palladous bird lime gets into his eyes and . He g