White-Fronted Bernicle

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“The Bernicle-goose is so called from a foolish tradition of the middle ages of their being produced from the barnacle-shell, which attaches itself to ships’ bottoms and timber floating in the sea.”


Birds: A-B


Hazlitt Alva Cuppy PH.D., Editor Beauties and Wonders of Land and Sea (Springfield, OH: Mast, Crowell & Kirkpatrick, 1895)


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1024×824, 297.8 KiB

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