Illustration of part of the inside of a camel's stomach with view of the water-cells from the 1899 volume Princess & Fairy, or The Wonders of Nature. Through the personas of a princess and a fairy, the volume explains different so-called "wonders of nature" to young readers, including insects, several varieties of flowers, snow crystals, metals, and clouds. The volume includes sixty-eight illustrations to augment the information provided.
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Martyn, Lily. “Part of the Inside of a Camel's Stomach, Showing the Water-Cells.” Princess & Fairy, or, The Wonders of Nature. London, England: W. & R. Chambers Ltd., 1899. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/pghb55y.
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