The Voice of the Nightingale, no.4 (continuation & end). Dawn. Aurora, with pink fingers, dissipated nightmares. The wide awake child believed she still heard the plaintive chant of the bird. The...
Pathe baby Scholastic - the Mosquito. Here is a mosquito vewied from below: how many feet, articualtions in each does it have? Here it more closely: how many parts does its body have, how many wings...
The Jellyfish, their stinging properties give them the name of sea nettles; Rhyzostome. Contractions of the disk of the medusa. Brown Jellyfish. The pelagic jellyfish have a hemispherical umbrella...
Pathe baby scholastic: Flightless Birds. Birds whose rudimentary wings are insufficient to fly, but the claws are developped and disposed to run; type: the OSTRICH (height 2.50 m). The ostrich lives...
Instructional series: Birds of Prey. BIRDS OF PREY are carnivorous birds, some feed on living prey, some on dead flesh. Diurnal Birds of Prey: they hunt during the day, almost all are pests to us....
Ruminatia, principle families. The cavicorns: carry hollow and permanent horns fixed on an extension of the frontal bone. Ox. Ox: Charloise race, weight 1210 kg serves as a work animal and provides...
It is with true understanding of work that this elephant sorts and arranges tree trunks. Having disposed the beams, he moves three of them at the same time. He easily transports and directs enormous...
Across the Desert. The Land of Thirst. Large and massive mountains arise in the center of the Sahara: including Ahnet, Mouydir, and Hoggar. The Arak gorges carved into the sandstone, used to enter...
Béjaïa: the Queen of Kabylie. Tizi-Ouzou is the place of Markets in Kabylie, it is the stopping point of the railway that connects Alger to the departure of auto-cars toward the interior of the...
Carthage and El Djem, Composition and Cinematography by M.C. Gilbert. Queen of the sea since 1600 BCE, Carthage has been destroyed so many times that its ruins were nothing more than a memory. It...
The Indians of North America. After their battles with the Yankees, the Indians were confined to vast territories called reservations. The creation of "Reserves" put an end to territorial...
Holland, loyal to its traditions, has kept a very typical and picturesque character which still accentuates its headdresses and costumes. Young girls from Zeeland. On Sundays and for church, they...
The city of Conakry, built on the island of Tumbo is the chief-place of French Guinea. The island of Tumbo is located at the Southern most point of the bay of Sangareah. It is separated from the...
Constantine and the Gorges of Rummel (Algeria). Composition and Cinematography by Mr. R. Alexander. In the middle of the Rock of Constantine, a natural yet unique fortress was erected. The storks...
Flower Cultivation in California. The cultivation of flowers is practiced intensively along the coasts of California. Lilies and hyacinthes mix their brilliant colors and subtle scents. The massive...
Royal Dances of Cambodia, French Indo-China, (Asia). The King's dancers. They wear massive gold hats. Their costumes are richly and luxuriously ornamented and covered with stones of inestimable...
Sudanese Dances. Compostion and cinematography by Mr. J. Legards. In French Sudan, this dance represents a hyena attacking a herd and a monkey. The natives of the Bandiagara plateau, dressed in...
Djibouti, Eastern French Africa. Djibouti, chief town of the French Coast in Somalia, is located at the intersection point of the major waterways of the Indian Ocean and the major waterways of...

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