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OWL MYTH

THE OWLS OF CANADA LAY UP A STORE OF LIVE MICE FOR THE WINTER,
THE LEGS OF WHICH THEY FIRST BREAK, TO PREVENT THEM FROM RUNNING
AWAY, AND THEN FEED THEM CAREFULLY, AND FATTEN THEM, TILL WANTED
FOR USE.

Submitter comment: TOLD BY FRENCH TRAVELLER, PIERRE CHARLEVOIX.

Where learned: NOT GIVEN

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Bird
Food Drink -- Food
BELIEF -- Animal Husbandry Farming Ranching
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