1887

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Summary: Ruder heads stand amazed at these prodigeous pieces of nature, whales, elephants, dromedaries, and camels; these, I confess, are the colossus and majestick pieces of her hand; but in these narrow engines there is more curious mathematicks; and the civility of these little citizens more easily sets forth the wisdom of their Maker.

Sir Thomas Browne, 1642

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