The sixth volume in this series ends the discourse on domestic quadrupeds with the cat, and continues with the wild animals in France. Buffon discusses the species most useful to man, that is, most useful to eighteenth-century noblemen, and treats deer, fallow deer, roe deer, hares and rabbits.
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