1919M. Greenleestr. ofO.F. Mentzel’s Life at Cape in Mid-18th C. 81The commonest kind of fish caught here is the so-called ‘rooy-manns’. They retain their blood-red appearance even after they are boiled, and are about two feet long and proportionately heavy.
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