Punch,  22 (1852), 52.

Natural History for Aldermen



Essay, Drollery


Natural History, Palaeontology, Nutrition

    Notes William J Broderip's observation, made in Leaves from the Note-Book of a Naturalist, that Georges Cuvier had been struck by the 'tortue' whilst dining at the Albion. Believes Cuvier has discovered endless numbers of fossil reptiles but that no reptile pleased him more than this turtle.

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