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Singular Instances of Instinct.

--Cats and dogs, when ill, resort to grass for their cure, and the hare to a certain kind of moss; and a goldfinch having been wounded by a hawk, made its way to a dry puff ball, tore it open with its beak and dusted the wounds with the spores, which instantly stopped the flow of blood.

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