National Geographic : 1923 Jan
50 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE NOT GIGANTIC CHESTNUT BURRS, BUT HEDGEHOGS These queer-looking little creatures, resembling balls of spines, live in holes in the ground in the mountains of Sardinia. They are sometimes kept as pets, but more often caught and sold as a delicacy in the markets. *0 ON THE LINE IN SARDINIA Countless numbers of white-breasted swallows build their nests under the eaves and window ledges of the rock houses in the hill towns of the island. This flock of feathered speedsters is resting from a frolic in the sky.