Story: The Dzana
The dzana taps on dry trees. It frightens away other animals who think its tapping is made by people.
1) This story was told to Tamme by his paternal grandfather (?) and he observed it himself, 2) Date on p.9885: 9 & 12 July, 3) p.9884v: (13 July 1881) a note on a caterpillar seen at Mowbray on this date, 4) This story is found in Book XI & XII-11
9 & 12 July 1881
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