The shape of the little hairs of a mouse
? Appearing to consist of circular parts: and tapered. Our hair has as much bark as a branch of a tree. This also occurs in other animals, except in elk and deer.
The little hairs of animals similar to the trunk of a poplar tree: they come from roots. Some of the roots marked[?] as standing out. The little hairs of a mouse not so smooth, as many other hairs: the same have [ ledekens ] around the [body?]. Many little hairs translucent at the end. The wax [washing?] of the hair not occurring by sprouting, as in plants, but by [voortstooten: incite, stir up, provoke].
The hair of a mole has about the same shape as that of a mouse. The hairs of an ermine, of a cat, of a rabbit, also have about the same shape as that of a mouse.
Through the thick hairs of a bear a black stripe runs inwards. The hairs, cut lengthwise, found in a section to be filled with air bubbles. The bubbles make up half of the thickness of the hair. How bears, by means of the air bubbles, can float on their hair [als?]. Where the darkness of the bear's hair comes from.
The hair of animals is composed of many thin little hairs. The hairs provided with no inner pith. Some hairs, yet most of those of a pig, have a tear or crack. The hairs have a bark, and consist of many little inner hairs. A brown stripe is also seen in the hairs of our body. Some of these little hairs have more, others less brownness. The brownness likely caused by the dried stuff of the blood.
The little hair of a doe or hart drawn. The hair of an elk investigated. How people could best investigate the hairs of a cat or of a rabbit.