The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from The Sportsman by Xenophon:|
Lydekker, "R. N. H." ii. p. 346, states that the dam of the red
deer makes her offspring "lie down by a pressure of her nose,"
 Lit. "when he sees these things."
 Or, "the features of the scene"; "the topography."
When his eye has lit upon the object of his search, he will approach
quite close. The fawn will keep perfectly still, glued as it were
to earth, and with loud bleats suffer itself to be picked up; unless
it happen to be drenched with rain; in which case, it will not stay
quiet in one place. No doubt, the internal moisture of the animal
congeals quickly with the cold and causes it to shift its ground.