7 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «BUSHBOKS»
Discover the use of bushboks
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to bushboks
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Pensam: his mysterious tribulation
Soon his ear detected the sound of heavier creatures making their way through
the rushes, and he saw half a dozen young bushboks drinking, at the same time
sniffing the air suspiciously. They were just turning to flee when John fired — the
William Bolitho Ryall, 1883
Early Chapters in Science: A First Book of Knowledge of ...
... which rivals the ox in dimensions, to the tiny and graceful Gazelles, barely two
feet high. We read in African travels of Steinboks, Springboks, Bushboks,
Gemsboks, Koodoos, Hartebeests, and many others, all included among
Frances Emily Moberly Awdry, Sir William Barrett, 1899
Catalogue of Scientific Papers
416-419. —- 821. On the change of form of the lachrymal pit during growth in the
skulls of the Bushboks (Cephalophns) and Muntjacs (Cervulus). Ann. Mag. Nat.
Hist. XIL, 1873, pp. 425511-512. -— 17. Nachlese zu Tirol's Land- und Siiss272.
Royal Society (Great Britain), 1877
Put Your Heart on Paper: Staying Connected In A Loose-Ends World
... Today we saw lots of elephants, crocodiles, two small dik-diks (dik-diks are
antelopes), baboons, a water buk, eagles, some impala, and bushboks. Some
ofthe elephants had babies. But more significantly, Lauren tells of the people she
Henriette Anne Klauser, 2011
Between God and the Devil
Sibebu's eyes followed me as I sat under an acacia tree about ten yards from him
. “I will rest until I hear the bushboks—no more—for it is a bad thing to be here
now. You watch me, Baas, do not sleep.” Shivering I observed Sibebu drift off, ...
The Geographical and Geological Distribution of Animals
The bush antelopes, or those which habitually frequent the forest recesses, like
the koodoos, water-bucks, and bushboks; 3. The rock antelopes, which, like the
klipspringer, recalling in aspect and habits the European chamois, frequent the ...
The Kalahari ethnographies (1896-1898) of Siegfried ...
In the forests along the river and marsh banks, which are easily accessible to
their inhabitants, live and used to live numerous game animals such as
elephants, rhinoceros, buffalos, kudus, reedboks, bushboks, lions, leopards,
Siegfried Passarge, Edwin N. Wilmsen, 1997