I SEE quite a number of rings on your tail," said an Alderman to a Raccoon that he met in a zoological garden
Had the occasion arisen to name a professor of gymnastics for the monkeys in the Zoological Garden
(who are smart enough, by-the-way
I shall most certainly report this outrageous breach of ethics to the directors of the adjacent zoological garden
And so, monsieur, it goes on, day by day, in this hotel that is a Zoological Garden
In the great Zoological Gardens
we found specimens of all the animals the world produces, I think, including a dromedary, a monkey ornamented with tufts of brilliant blue and carmine hair--a very gorgeous monkey he was-- a hippopotamus from the Nile, and a sort of tall, long-legged bird with a beak like a powder horn and close-fitting wings like the tails of a dress coat.
After many inquiries and almost as many refusals, and perpetually using the words `PALL MALL GAZETTE ' as a sort of talisman, I managed to find the keeper of the section of the Zoological Gardens
in which the wold department is included.
Far away, through a gap in the trees, I saw a second Martian, as motionless as the first, standing in the park towards the Zoological Gardens
, and silent.
Acclimated by years of confinement in the zoological gardens
, they were fitted to resume in England the wild existence for which nature had intended them, and once free, had evidently bred prolifically, in marked contrast to the captive exotics of twentieth century Pan-America, which had gradually become fewer until extinction occurred some time during the twenty-first century.
But I tell you what; if you want to see them, they're sure now to be at the Zoological Gardens
from four to five.
I understand that the male emu in the Zoological Gardens
takes charge of the nest: this habit, therefore, is common to the family.
Some hawks and owls bolt their prey whole, and after an interval of from twelve to twenty hours, disgorge pellets, which, as I know from experiments made in the Zoological Gardens
, include seeds capable of germination.
Of course these creatures did not decline into such beasts as the reader has seen in zoological gardens
,--into ordinary bears, wolves, tigers, oxen, swine, and apes.