Story: The |nushe
The |nu'she bird calls at sunrise. There is a description of its appearance and call.
1) p.9875v: Tamme observed this himself; a note by !nanni referring to his drawing of 8 July 1881 which pictures a Dui plant: a description of its flowers and fruit (see IZIKO_SAMLB_!nBook4), 2) This story is found in Book XI & XII-11
8 – 9 July 1881
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