Like an Amazonian hunter , blowpipe at the ready, the zoologist stalks his quarry. Halfcrouching, his every movement slow, deliberate, noiseless, he lifts the metre-long pipe to his mouth, takes aim, and, with cheeks bulging, delivers a blast of air down the pipe.
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