That they do so must, I think, be owing to man having preferred the haired breeds for their superior beauty and greater variety, and encouraged their multiplication. Olama. The "Sanate." Muy-muy. Idleness of the people. Mountain road. The "Bull Rock." The bull's-horn thorn. Ants kept as standing armies by some plants. Use of honey-secreting glands.
After a few moments, the "sanate" would lower its head, and, in a short time, go through the same performance again, repeating every movement automatically. Bidding adieu to our host, we rode over grassy savannahs, with much cattle feeding on them, and in about five miles reached a small village called Muy-muy, which means "very-very."
The wife, the sister, and the daughter in the departments seldom sit down to their meals with the master of the house, but attend upon him like servants. Whilst coffee was preparing next morning, I strolled about the outbuildings, and was much amused at the antics of the jet black Quiscalus, called "sanate" by the natives.