Punch, 35 (1858), 60.
Animal Behaviour, Botany, Politics, Government
Attacks a comparison between on the one hand, the behaviour of the plants of Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew, and of the animals in the Zoological Society Gardens, and on the other, and the behaviour members of Parliament. Punch considers plants and animals much less unruly than statesmen.
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