The Wivern, pp.356-357.

[Three Hundred Animals Contents]    THIS is also a fabulous animal, and much in shape, as generally represented, like the dragon, except that instead of four, it has only two legs, which are armed with claws, and webbed. There is no doubt that this imaginary being was originally conceived in the brains of poets, of […]

The Wivern, pp.356-357.

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