Level Plains Vultures and other Birds Diversity of Color in Flowers of the same Species The Sundew Twenty-seventh Attack of Fever A River which flows in opposite Directions Lake Dilolo the Watershed between the Atlantic and Indian Oceans Position of Rocks Sir Roderick Murchison's Explanation Characteristics of the Rainy Season in connection with the Floods of the Zambesi and the Nile Probable Reason of Difference in Amount of Rain South and North of the Equator Arab Reports of Region east of Londa Probable Watershed of the Zambesi and the Nile Lake Dilolo Reach Katema's Town: his renewed Hospitality; desire to appear like a White Man; ludicrous Departure Jackdaws Ford southern Branch of Lake Dilolo Small Fish Project for a Makololo Village near the Confluence of the Leeba and the Leeambye Hearty Welcome from Shinte Kolimbota's Wound Plant-seeds and Fruit-trees brought from Angola Masiko and Limboa's Quarrel Nyamoana now a Widow Purchase Canoes and descend the Leeba Herds of wild Animals on its Banks Unsuccessful Buffalo-hunt Frogs Sinbad and the Tsetse Dispatch a Message to Manenko Arrival of her Husband Sambanza The Ceremony called Kasendi Unexpected Fee for performing a surgical Operation Social Condition of the Tribes Desertion of Mboenga Stratagem of Mambowe Hunters Water-turtles Charged by a Buffalo Reception from the People of Libonta Explain the Causes of our long Delay Pitsane's Speech Thanksgiving Services Appearance of my "Braves" Wonderful Kindness of the People.

They had dried flesh of hippopotami, buffaloes, and alligators. With these on, they crawl through the grass; they can easily put up their heads so far as to see their prey without being recognized until they are within bow-shot. They presented me with three fine water-turtles,* one of which, when cooked, had upward of forty eggs in its body.

He was much struck with the abundance of game of all kinds which he saw on the northwestern side of the Ohio, and especially by the herds of buffaloes which lay on the sand-bars; his party lived on the flesh of bears, deer, wild turkeys, coons, and water-turtles.