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top-margin annotation Female Ants leave the nest & cannot have seen but very little of the Work done by the Workers & yet have offspring It is wonderf.


top-margin annotation Cuckoo — Tanagrella
from End Note 2 annotation 205 Instincts of nidification

lines 4—8 annotation The last female Bee which is hatched

lines 14—15 annotation cocoons of Butterflies

bottom-margin annotation Solitary Wasps Spiders


lines 8—29 annotation Think of influence of Language Antiquity of Man Brazil & California


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lines 10—11 underline "simple ... hereditary"


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from End Note 2 annotation 221 Song of Birds acquired confirmed by Hon Herbert, I suppose in his edition of White — see L. Jenyns


lines 1—28 annotation A Man does not make a canoe or arrow-head without practice — so differs from Birds — all a fallacy
from End Note 2 annotation 225 Man


lines 5—13 annotation mistaken instinct
from End Note 2 annotation 229 mistaken instinct


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lines 17—21 annotation “    ” [and (sub)editorial marking(s)]


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lines 4—30 annotation Yet it must be added that some extremely ancient skulls were fairly well developed

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lines 1—23 annotation There is all the difference in the World between an instinct (ie not hereditary habit) & intellectual act


top-margin annotation It is brain here & not use of hands

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lines 10—11 underline "his ... disproportionate"


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lines 16—29 annotation If we look to detail to usage of hair above the lips, over whole body


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lines 6—29 annotation Under sexual selection — like injury for Horns of Stags


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lines 24—28 annotation incitable/incidental

bottom-margin annotation Perhaps specify thus

bottom-margin annotation He who can count & reason & do the rest

bottom-margin annotation No new faculty


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from End Note 2 annotation 353 Santals wd not break their parole


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lines 12—15 annotation !
from End Note 1 annotation intelligent power 356 & 359


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from End Note 1 annotation intelligent power 356 & 359


bottom-margin annotation I admit the possibility but I do not see the necessity or evidence in interference for the production of man as distinct from the production of lower animals.