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Entomology. 45 r the chimpanzee the head is thickly clothed with hair, the face is flesh-colored, and the ears are smaller. Both these animals (which are in the London Zoological Garden) are carnivorous, catching and eating sparrows and pigeons. It is stated that this is never done by the chimpanzee. Dr. Sclater provisionally refers these animals to the Anthro5popithecus calves of Du Chaillu. ZOOLOGICAL NEWS.-CCELENTERATA.-Dr. H. V. Wilson records (J. H. U. Circ., No. 70) that in Cereactisdoi:10.1086/274942 fatcat:xrxauxra4ndcre2quka435ylvu