Zoological Gardens, Animal Behaviour, Exploration
Gives an account of changes at the gardens since the Mirror's last visit. Observes: 'The three bears exhibited as much good-breeding as the visiters [sic] encouraged,—climbing to the top of the pole when there was any thing to climb after, and an Admiralty expedition could do no more.'
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