Science: Expeditions: Jun. 6, 1927

Be it ever so humble, there is no place like a, corner of the earth never before visited by white men. So think ethnologists, natural historians, cartographers, photographers, hunters and peepers and priers and pushers, who year in and year out spend money and lives on arduous expeditions. Some expeditions and their results of late months:*

Strange Fish. William Beebe, one of those fortunate men who seem to be doing exactly what their spirits desire, returned to Manhattan last week from a four-month fishing and observing expedition on...

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