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Animal Instinct

Nature volume 24, page 381 | Download Citation

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I AM exposed to some annoyance from a clever old donkey, who, being turned out on to the green in front of my house, constantly lets himself into my garden to graze on my lawn. This he effects by pushing his nose between the rails of an iron gate, and then pressing down the latch of the gate. Expulsion, with ever so striking an appeal to his feelings, avails only a short time for his exclusion, unless the gate is locked.

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  1. Little Park, Enfield, August 19

    • W. B. KESTEVEN

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