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But Chee-Chee said, "Yes, there is one in the London Zoo.
As it was, the place was a zoo, and free at that; for, in addition to the animals he owned and trained and bought and sold, a large portion of the business was devoted to boarding trained animals and troupes of animals for owners who were out of engagements, or for estates of such owners which were in process of settlement.
All the other fellows go and they go to the Zoo, too, and you'll never let me do even that.
He was in a dozen places at once, leaping hither and thither about the room in sinuous bounds that reminded the woman of a panther she had seen at the zoo.
I came off too, to report the only exclusive information that is given today regarding the strange escapade at the Zoo.
The fellow is as full of tricks as the monkey-house at the Zoo.
I do not know, Miss Porter," replied the young man, "unless we have discovered a runaway simian from the London Zoo who has brought back a European education to his jungle home.
Do you feel a creeping, shrinking sensation, Watson, when you stand before the serpents in the Zoo, and see the slithery, gliding, venomous creatures, with their deadly eyes and wicked, flattened faces.
On Sunday afternoon, therefore, Katharine, Cassandra, and William Rodney drove off to the Zoo.
This being so, no one liked it when Helen remarked that it seemed to her as wrong to keep sailors as to keep a Zoo, and that as for dying on a battle-field, surely it was time we ceased to praise courage--"or to write bad poetry about it," snarled Pepper.
Our boys would as soon interview a loose alligator in the zoo.
The lioness from Lahore zoo reached Dera Ghazi Khan zoo Tuesday to join the lion who had been caged alone at DG Khan zoo for the last few years, divisional wildlife officer DG Khan, Sajjad Hussain told state-run media.