But, in all the volumes of the Zoologist, I can find only two reports of such falls.
The zoologist is perhaps even more indebted to the invention.
The zoologist, on the other hand, does not predict anything.
The naturalist in question is the zoologist, Professor F. von Wagner.
Such districts are absolutely destitute of interest for the zoologist.
Turn now to another aspect of the zoologist's work—that of teaching.
The cobra is a species of considerable interest to the zoologist.
Doubleday introduced it as British in the Zoologist for 1848.
The next record of the moth appears in the Zoologist for 1852.
Mr. Newman suggests that they were "marsupial bats" (Zoologist, p. 129).