Science: Whimpering Flayed

Last summer Donald S. Wees of Elkins, W. Va. went to Paraguay under auspices of the Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology. Mr. Wees said that he was going to collect mammals, birds, insects and plants for Harvard.

This spring amazing accounts began reaching the U. S. from Mr. Wees describing the miseries which he encountered in a neighborhood about 700 mi. west of Rio de Janeiro and 700 mi. north of Buenos Aires: "We spent days and nights hunting and when we shot nothing we were hungry in a forest of game. Braised alligator...

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