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" We must therefore picture to ourselves a fertile plain occupying the whole of the Bristol Channel, and supporting herds of reindeer, horses, and bisons, many elephants and rhinoceroses, and now and then being traversed by a stray hippopotamus, which would... "
The American Naturalist - Page 994
1896
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Archaeologia Cambrensis

Wales - 1907
...fertile plain occupying the whole of the Bristol Channel, and supporting herds of reindeer, horses, bisons, many elephants and rhinoceroses, and now and...traversed by a stray hippopotamus, which would afford prey to the lions, bears, and hysenas inhabiting the accessible caves, as well as to their great enemy...
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Origins of English History

Charles Isaac Elton - Druids and Druidism - 1882 - 458 pages
...age : " We must picture to ourselves a fertile plain occupying the whole of the Bristol Channel, and supporting herds of reindeer, horses, and bisons, many elephants, and rhinoceroses, and now and then traversed by a stray hippopotamus, which would afford abundant prey to the lions, bears, and hyaenas...
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Origins of English History

Charles Isaac Elton - Druids and druidism - 1882 - 458 pages
...supporting herds of reindeer, horses, and bisons, many elephants, and rhinoceroses, and now and then traversed by a stray hippopotamus, which would afford abundant prey to the lions, bears, and hyaenas inhabiting all the accessible caves, as well as to their great enemy and destroyer, Man." On...
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Origins of English History

Charles Isaac Elton - Druids and druidism - 1882 - 458 pages
...age : " We must picture to ourselves a fertile plain occupying the whole of the Bristol Channel, and supporting herds of reindeer, horses, and bisons, many elephants, and rhinoceroses, and now and then traversed by a stray hippopotamus, which would afford abundant prey to the lions, bears, and hyaenas...
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Origins of English History

Charles Isaac Elton - Druids and Druidism - 1882 - 458 pages
...: " We •must picture to ourselves a fertile plain occupying the whole of the Bristol Channel, and supporting herds of reindeer, horses, and bisons, many elephants, and rhinoceroses, and now and then traversed by a stray hippopotamus, which would afford abundant prey to the lions, bears, and hyaenas...
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The Student's Handbook of Historical Geology

Alfred John Jukes-Browne - Geology - 1886 - 597 pages
...must, therefore, picture to ourselves a fertile plain occupying the whole of the Bristol Channel, and supporting herds of reindeer, horses, and bisons,...would afford abundant prey to the lions, bears, and hyaenas inhabiting all the accessible caves, as well as to their great enemy and destroyer—Man."...
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Proceedings of the Geologists' Association

Geologists' Association - Geology - 1887
...must therefore picture to ourselves a fertile plain occupying the whole of the Bristol Channel, and supporting herds of reindeer, horses, and bisons,...would afford abundant prey to the lions, bears, and hyaenas, inhabiting all the accessible caves, as well as to their great enemy and destroyer, man."*...
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The Building of the British Isles: A Study in Geographical Evolution

Alfred John Jukes-Browne - Geology - 1888 - 343 pages
...must, therefore, picture to ourselves a fertile plain occupying the whole of the Bristol Channel, and supporting herds of reindeer, horses, and bisons,...would afford abundant prey to the lions, bears. and hyaenas inhabiting all the accessible caves, as well as to their great enemy and destroyer — Man."...
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Proceedings

Bristol Naturalists' Society (Avon) - Natural history - 1886
...plain occupying [a considerable area of] the Bristol Channel, and supporting herds of reindeer, horse?, and bisons, many elephants and rhinoceroses, and now...would afford abundant prey to the lions, bears, and hyaenas inhabiting all the accessible caves, as well as to their great destroyer — man. . . . Hyaenas...
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Proceedings of the Bristol Naturalists' Society, Volume 5

Bristol Naturalists' Society (Bristol, England) - Natural history - 1888
...must therefore picture to ourselves a fertile plain, occupying the whole of the Bristol Channel, and supporting herds of reindeer, horses, and bisons, many elephants and rhinoceroses, and now and then traversed by a stray hippopotamus, which would afford abundant prey to the lions, bears, and hyaenas...
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