Perrault, Claude, 1613-1688 / Memoir's for a natural history of animals : containing the anatomical descriptions of several creatures dissected by the Royal Academy of Sciences at Paris
The anatomical description of a Coati mondi, pp. 115-118 ff.
The Globe of the Eye exceeded not four lines and a half in Diameter. The Aperture of the Eye-lids was larger, and the Pupilla it felf was not leffer than the whole Globe of the Eye. The Cryflalline contained three lines in breadth, and two and a half in thicknefs,and was more convex inwards than outwards. This thicknefs of the Cryflalline made the two other Humours to be lefs in quantity. The Choroides was all over of the fame colour, viz. of a very brown-red, without any Tapetam, which is hardly ever wanting in the Eyes of other Animals. 'Tie IIS The Anatomical De/cription
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