This section is from the book "The Plain Why And Because", by John Timbs. Also available from Amazon: The plain why and because.
Because, like the honey-bear,* it obtains its food from the nests of the wild bees.
See Quadrupeds, p. 18.
Because, by its notes, it is said to conduct them to the nests of the wild bees.
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