"Robinson Crusoe awakened from sleep by his parrot"
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Plate XXXII: Didelphys marsupialis (as per plate title - Azara's Opossum - Didelphys azarae - according to plate caption and text) "Size from three to five times that of any other Opossum; fur long, course, and thick. Pouch large and well developed; teats varying from 5 to 13 in number. Length of head and body, in large specimens, about 18 1/2 inches; of tail 17 inches. Distribution.- America, from United states to Chile and South Brazil; also Argentina."