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bottom-margin annotation Jemmy Button sharper eyesight than sailors

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line 12 underline "ums ... Zoll"
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line 12 underline in pale pencil "graulich-gelb"
line 11 underline in brown ink "bräunlich-gelbe"
lines 15—10 annotation sexual differnc in colour
line 9 underline "jungen Carayas"
line 8 underline "tragen ... Weibchen"
line 4 underline "rötlich-braun"
line 3 underline "dritten schwarz"
line 1 underline "vierten ... Jahre"
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lines 11—10 underline "Das ... Stimmapparat"
lines 6—1 score
lines 4—2 underline "Beim ... Männchen"
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lines 19—22 annotation Polygamy
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line 5 underline "Des Morgens"
line 6 underline "der warmen"
line 11 underline "Männchen ... gewöhnlich"
lines 14—15 underline "oft ... lang"
lines 17—24 score
lines 17—24 annotation these Monkeys make noise merely for pleasure .
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line 12 underline "sieben Jahren"

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lines 8—7 underline "Die ... Männchen"
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line 12 underline "Cebus-Azarae"
line 16 underline "der Eckzähne"
line 17 underline "etwas ... Schwanz"
line 18 underline "Gesichtswinkel"
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line 21 underline "einige Töne"
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lines 5—1 score
lines 5—1 annotation Beat the oranges to losen rind

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lines 2—4 annotation Yet oranges not aborigin

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lines 17—24 annotation / Monkeys drive flies from their young /

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bottom-margin annotation in pale pencil afraid of cold Mothers

line 20 underline "häufig"
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line 2 underline "Käfich"
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line 8 annotation Cebus
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line 5 underline "Gemüthsbewegungen"
line 5 annotation emotions
line 4 annotation (1)
line 2 at "unbeschäftigt" annotation unoccupied
line 1 at "Langeweile" annotation ennui

top-marginline 8 annotation Ennui — desire for object — astonishment — passion — Fear & pain — Joyful recognition
     Desire astonishment (2) Passion (3) {Fright or Pain—(4) (5) (6)

line 3 at "Verlegenheit" annotation embarrassment
line 5 underline "tiefer"
line 7 underline "helles Gekreisch"
line 9 underline "kichernden"
line 9 annotation giggle

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lines 13—16 annotation same in all — instinctive

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lines 19—27 annotation the crys cause very strong associated emotions & act on them
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line 7 underline "von Lachen"
lines 6—5 underline "im ... giebt"
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lines 9—6 annotation in pale pencil Crys & laughs
bottom-margin annotation in pale pencil Humboldt mentions crying monkey

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lines 4—2 annotation /Laughter
bottom-margin annotation Expression
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line 1 at "Begierde" annotation (desire)

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line 13 underline "Zorne"
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lines 14—10 annotation Harm by passion by spirits

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lines 11—15 annotation in pale pencil male monkey arrives later at puberty than female
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lines 1—25 annotation Monkeys diseases very like men
     / colds, coughs consumption. {cutting teeth die frm fever accompanyng. Cataract. / Apoplexy & inflammation of the bowels / Medicine produces same effect on them /

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lines 5—12 annotation directly acustom to confinemnt — vry affectionate & loose even wish of freedom.
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lines 12—10 annotation like Negros best —
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line 4 underline "Hunde"
lines 7—1 annotation in pale pencil People say horses created for men, I might say dogs created for monkeys—

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bottom-margin annotation in pale pencil [With reflection a monkey with these feelings would be sorry having attacked his friend]

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top-margin annotation in pale pencil how like to man's character !! do for comparison

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lines 4—17 annotation — [ Vengeance concerted ] /

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line 2 annotation Lenny did this
top-margin annotation Emma often perceived he had been on dining room on the table & found it so —
lines 3—5 annotation in pale pencil but Squib was not so

lines 12—13 underline in pale pencil "Habsucht"
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line 14 underline "selbstständigen Charakter"
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lines 20—22 score
line 20 underline "andere ... unterwerfen"
lines 24—29 score
lines 25—33 annotation Rides dogs & makes them go where he likes.

bottom-margin annotation in pale pencil X    Man to horse, Molothrus to cows; dog to monkeys (& even some crustacea probably to Cetacea see Macleay in [?]Magazine [continues on page 55] on accidental selections : Man to Mule, ! better than alpaca in S. Americat01
t01 - `Man to Mule ... America' in brown ink

lines 1—3 score
top-marginline 3 annotation was easily taught ‹lesson› to open shells of Palm with stones

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line 15 at "sachte" annotation softly
line 16 underline "zerbrochenen Theil"
lines 8—15 annotation generally learns to break eggs.
     Learns by exper
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line 17 underline "nur einmal"
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lines 17—21 annotation if once cut himself with tool very careful
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lines 12—8 annotation wasp    always listened to paper

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line 3bottom-margin annotation in pale pencil knows expression of Man