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line 5 annotation V. p.383

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lines 7—32 annotation What is probable cause of this? — Why should many struggling for life ultimately better succeed, than a few = Is it that young carnivores are protected by fierce parents in youth? — are parents long lived? or not destroyed by other animals?

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top-margin annotation marine birds few eggs
from End Slip annotation p383 Marine Birds few eggs — Orang outang — Lions a good many p284

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top-margin annotation crocodiles

line 2 at "prolific" annotation Elephant, Ourang!!!

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top-margin annotation pooh. V. p.284 for Lions & tigers — contrasted with horse — sheep &c &c !

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lines 6—19 annotation Ostrich many eggs — Humming birds few eggs?? = does defending powers of parent cause few young ? by only few being destroyed?

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from End Slip annotation 396 Pair of sparrows destroy 3360 caterpillars weekly

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lines 28—30 annotation This being habitually con-sidered wonderful, shows how closely they resemble each other.

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lines 7—9 annotation occasional yet true migrations are of difficult explanation

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from End Slip annotation 513 age of some Big Birds.—

line 6 annotation 41+?

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from End Slip annotation 515 age of toad (Ch. 5)

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lines 13—14 annotation islands!!

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