Punch,  39 (1860), 24.

Can Toads Live Without Air?



News-Commentary, Drollery


Zoology, Physiology, Health, Pollution, Nutrition

    Claiming that this subject is now 'occupying the scientific', reports Mr Punch's observation that a party of French officials recently travelled a great distance in a smoke-filled railway carriage. Concludes that those who eat toads can clearly survive without air.

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