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There is something remarkable in the great tinamou which I suspect has hitherto escaped notice.
At the close of day the great tinamou gives a loud, monotonous, plaintive whistle, and then immediately springs into the tree.
When surprised on the open ground the Ypecaha lies close, like a Tinamou, refusing to rise until almost trodden upon.
He was galloping over the pampas, with a very violent wind blowing in his face, when a Tinamou started up before his horse.
The larger one is known as the rufous and the smaller one as the spotted tinamou.The Gold Diggings of Cape Horn|John R. Spears