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Quails
 
 The Israelites were twice relieved in their privation by a miraculous
 supply of quails,
  1. in the wilderness of Sin Ex 16:13 and
  2. again at Kibroth-hattaavah (q.v.), Nu 11:31
 God "rained flesh upon them as dust, and feathered fowls like as the
 sand of the sea" Ps 78:27 The words in Nu 11:31 according to
 the Authorized Version, appear to denote that the quails lay one above
 another to the thickness of two cubits above the ground. The Revised
 Version, however, reads, "about two cubits above the face of the
 earth", i.e., the quails flew at this height, and were easily killed
 or caught by the hand. Being thus secured in vast numbers by the
 people, they "spread them all abroad" Nu 11:32 in order to salt
 and dry them. These birds (the Coturnix vulgaris of naturalists) are
 found in countless numbers on the shores of the Mediterranean, and
 their annual migration is an event causing great excitement.
 
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