Serpent and Siva Worship and Mythology in Central America, Africa, and Asia (Classic Reprint)

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The name for elephant is enough to mark the connection. As the immigrants had not the elephant they gave his names to his brother the tapir. Thus we find the same names from Central America to Japan. It has been before pointed out by me that there are many names for elephant, and widely spread about, as if the elephant in the prehistoric epoch was better known than in later times. The names for monkey are as widel extended; so we get those for iguana, frog, alligator, bat, eer, and macaw.

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