Youth's Magazine,  3rd ser. 4 (1831), 246.

The Walrus





Natural History, Design

    'The hind feet of this enormous animal are constructed, like the feet of the fly and other animals that work against gravity, upon a mechanism that resembles cupping glasses, to enable it to adhere to the slippery rocks which it is obliged to climb' (246).

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