By Jeanne Willis

The zany alien Professor Xargle is again, with a lesson for an individual who prefers a meow to a bow-wow. it really is approximately Tigerlets, these bushy, four-footed creatures that any cat-loving Earthlet will instantly determine and take to center. Full-color illustrations.

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According to Kotzebue (first voyage, Vol. I, p. ) it is a rock of  ft. in elevation; and according to Beechey (cf. , p. , and its circumference  mile. Port Clarence consists of two wide basins (cf. Zoology of Capt. Beechey’s Voyage, , Appendix: Geology, p. ). The outer one’s southern limit is a long spit of land, Point Spencer, which is covered with alluvial deposits.

From the latter lake, a river of considerable size falls into a bay of the northern coast. This bay begins at Cape Rozhnof and merges with Moller Harbor. From east to west, this is the narrowest part of the Alaska Peninsula. It is completely covered with lakes. South of Pavlof Bay there follows Medve[d]nikovskii Bay [Bear Bay], set apart by only a small promontory, which branches out from Pavlof Volcano. In front of the bay is Dolgoi Island, which belongs to the Pavlof group of islands. Four small rivers flow into this bay, from which point there is an overland connection to the next, Belkovskaia Bay [Belkofski Bay].

These are: Mya crassa, truncata, arenaria, Tellina edentula, and perhaps also Tellina lutea. The southern coast is extremely steep all the way to the Strait of Isannakh (Aleut for “hole”) [Isanotski Strait]. Only close to Morzhovskoe village does the coast get lower. Among Voznesenskii’s specimens sent from this place we find coarse pyrite and, in larger quantities, graphite. The region surrounding the village just named is low-lying, swampy, and covered with lakes. The village is located on the eastern side of the northern  gre wingk’s geology of alas ka Morzhovoi Bay, which ends on its western side with Krenitzin Cape.

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