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By Charles Frederick Hartt

ISBN-10: 0331153270

ISBN-13: 9780331153279

Amazonian Tortoise Myths
Charles Frederick Hartt, Canadian-born geologist, paleontologist and naturalist (1840-1878)

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Table of Contents
- approximately This Book
- Dedication
- Amazonian Tortoise Myths
- How The Tortoise Out-ran The Deer
- The Jabuti That Cheated The Man
- How A Tortoise Killed Jaguars
- How The Tortoise Provoked a competition Of energy among The Tapir And The Whale
- How A Tortoise Killed A Jaguar And Made A Whistle of 1 Of His Bones
- The Jabuti Avenges Himself at the Tapir
- The Tortoise Kills The Opossum by means of Inducing Him To Bury Himself
- The Tortoise Sends The Jaguar On A Fool's Errand
- Notes

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