[12th October 1916] variations of this monstrosity, we find the phenomonon of organic variability exhibited in its highest degree.
But variation in the horns is not confined to domesticated animals; it is common with species in a state of Nature (Ibex & Markhor of Himalaya).
*The wool remains longest on the neck so that those sheep whose covering is partially shed appear as if decorated with a long gorget of wool. Dogs sometimes tend the sheep and these have learnt to escape the fierce sun by digging shelters in the banks of the water-channels.
The still and breathless evenings would draw us to the river bank. There we would watch the peaceful flow and the gentle eddies of this broad majestic stream. Drooping