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on with one hand, and long before I could get free the bird had flown. It wasaalas ! the only chance I had during the rest of our stay. On our way back to Momos we came across a forest tree with wonderfully developed aerial roots, larger
than any I had ever seen before, and rising in a j ^ thick mass to a height of about forty feet from the ground. It was impossible to allow such a good specimen to pass, and accordingly, with some little trouble, we took the camera there on the following day and photographed it.
Next day the Rajah came on board early, accompanied by a son of the Sultan
TREE WITH AERIAL ROOTS, WAIGIOV.TREE WITH AERIAL ROOTS, WAIGIOV.