Punch, 52 (1867), 231.
Supper for a Snake
Zoological Gardens, Zoology, Cruelty
Notes that the managers of the Zoological Society Gardens have been accused of cruelty by allowing the python to 'swallow rabbits alive', and suggests that they might 'feed the reptile in public without offence if they were to give it a Welsh rabbit'.
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