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1 The "goose-fox," so called, according to Ælian, for its cunning and mischievous qualities; and worshipped by the Egyptians for its affection for its young. It is supposed by Cuvier to be the Anas Ægyptiaca of Buffon.
2 The Anas clypeata of Buffon, according to Cuvier.
3 The Tetrao tetrix of Linnæus, or heathcock.
4 The Tetrao urogallus of Linnæus, according to Cuvier.
5 The Otis tarda of Linnæus. Cuvier says, that it is not the case that they are bad eating, and remarks that birds have no marrow in the larger bones.
6 Doé thinks that the spinal marrow is meant.
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