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Author Eckstein, Gustav, 1890-1981.

Title Everyday miracle.

Imprint New York, Harper [1948]

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Location Call No. Status OPAC Message Public Note Gift Note
 Moore Stacks  QL791 .E194    Available  ---
Edition [1st ed.]
Description xi, 235 p. 21 cm.
Note Twenty-four essays.
Contents Time: A cat knows monday -- Old Age: He was quicker than the camera -- Hunger: The house mouse -- Touch: Up came the hind paw and scratched -- Space: All storks talk Egyptian -- Vision: A canary named Hinge -- Personality: Polly pronounced Pawley -- Life: The dance of chaos -- Bath: Three finches with Chinese red bills -- Excercize: Moscow zoo -- Smell: 12,000,000 Cod -- Hearing: Dog of the drunk -- Fight: Singing dynamite -- Evolution: Slightly objectionable relative -- Chemotaxis: A Cottontail adopts a family -- Sleep: Tails toward the light -- Endocrine: An ape-mother reconsiders -- Posture: There goes that spotty dog -- Sex: Pigeon couples -- Death: Puck did not sing -- Blood: Spanish steed -- Speech: What pawley learned -- Reproduction: I began to call her Minnie -- April: Yonder is the great laboratory
Subject Animals.
Animal behavior.