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" When apprehensive of danger from dogs, it sought the protection of its master, and would endeavour to spring into his arms for greater security. It was frequently employed in catching fish, and would sometimes take eight or ten salmon in a day. If not... "
A General History of Quadrupeds - Page 482
by Ralph Beilby - 1807 - 525 pages
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Natural History: Exhibiting in a Series of Delightful Anecdotes and ...

William Bingley - Zoology - 1871 - 1042 pages
...into his arms for security. It was frequently employed in catching fish, and would sometimes catch eight or ten salmon in a day. If not prevented, it...attempt to break the fish behind the fin next the tail. When tired, it would refuse to fish any longer, and was then rewarded with as much as it could devour....
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Cassell's popular natural history, Volumes 1-2; Volume 109

Cassell, ltd - 1871
...apprehensive of danger from dogs, it sought the protection of its master, and would endeavour to spring into his arms for greater security. It was frequently employed in catching fish, and would tiometimes take eight or ten salmon in a day. If not prevented, it always made an attempt to break...
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Natural History of the World: With Anecdotes Illustrating the Nature, Habits ...

Alfred Henry Miles - Animal behavior - 1895 - 385 pages
...Brown tells of an otter which was caught when young and trained by James Campbell near Inverness. " It was frequently employed in catching fish, and would,...always made an attempt to break the fish behind the anal fin, which is next the tail; and, as soon as one was taken away, it always dived in pursuit of...
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