National Geographic : 1934 May
THE OKEFINOKEE WILDERNESS 615 BOATING ON CHESSER PRAIRIE REQUIRES ROPE WALKERS' SKILL Swamp hunters stand upright and pole their narrow craft through thick vegetation faster than a bear can flounder over the boggy prairie (see page 599). A ducking is almost unheard of. THE FENCE LIZARD "PLAYS POSSUM" Turned on its back in one's open hand, it remains quiet for minutes. Being a female, this specimen does not have the brilliant blue and black underparts of the male (see page 609).