Johnston's Penny Fireside Journal

Johnston's Penny Fireside Journal

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When ten or twelve eggs are laid, they begin to sit, the hens taking their turns, and relieving each other during the day; ... These, when first hatched, are as large as a common pullet, and since their tender stomachs cannot est the hard food eaten by the old ones, the spare eggs a€crve as their first nourishment. The increase of the ostrich race would be incalculable, had they not so many enemies , by whichanbsp;...

Title:Johnston's Penny Fireside Journal
Publisher: - 1842


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