The Bicornis, or Two-horned Rhinoceros, has two horns, but in size, form, manners, and almost all other characteristics, is nearly allied to the former species. The chief distinction is in the additional horn: the second standing straight behind theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Family Cyclopaedia; being a manual of useful and necessary knowledge, alphabetically arranged; comprising all the recent inventions, discoveries, and improvements in domestic economy, agriculture, and chemistry, etc|
|Author||:||James JENNINGS (of Huntspill.)|