In such heights man is of no more value than the wolf or the cony.
But he clung to the cony and dragged it out of reach beneath a boulder.
The cony is a relative of the rabbit, the squirrel, the beaver, and the prairie dog.
The weasel is the most persistent and effective enemy of the cony.
About all the cony has to do is to find the den and take possession.
The cony appears something of a traveller, something of an explorer.
The American cony lives on top of the world—on the crest of the continent.
The cony is found over a belt that extends from this altitude down to 9,500.
The cony of the Bible is the little hyrax, a relative of the elephant.
The result was very effectual as regarded the cony, but it was not much to gurr about in the way of breakfast.