Zoological Society.—The first scientific meeting for the session will be held on Thursday the 11th inst., when Prof. Flower, F. R. S., will read a paper on the Anatomy of the Aard-Wolf (Proteles cristatus). The following communications have been received since the last meeting:—Dr. J. Anderson: Letter received from, describing a living specimen of the Pigmy hog of Terai (Porcula salvania).—Mr. P. L. Sclater: Remarks on the condition of various Zoological Gardens on the Continent recently visited by him, and on new and rare animals observed in those establishments.—Dr. B. Simpson. Notes on Ailurus fulgens.—Mr. John Brazier: Note on the Egg of a species of Megapodius from Bank's Islands.—Surgeon Francis Day: Remarks on fishes in Calcutta Museum.—Mr. John Brazier: Notes on the Localities of two Species of Land-Shells.—Mr. R. B. Sharpe: Additional Notes on the genus Ceyx.—Dr. George Bennett: Letter received from, on the habits of the Wood Hen of Lord Howe's Island.— Dr. J. E. Gray: On the Guemul or Roe Buck from Tinta, South Peru.—Dr. A. Günther: Report on two collections of Indian Reptiles.—Mr. Morton Allport: Letter received from, on the introduction of Salmon into the Australian Colonies.—Rev. O. P.
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Societies and Academies. Nature 1, 29–30 (1869). https://doi.org/10.1038/001029a0