Punch,  44 (1863), 193.

Anecdotes of Animals



Essay, Drollery


Animal Behaviour, Education, Crime

    Presents information sent in by a correspondent describing his experiences 'training all sorts of animals'. Notes the difficulty of training and the 'untidy' habits of the 'Chicken-Hazard', but considers the dingo and wallaby and other 'animals of the Bush' to be so easily educated that the wallaby has been giving 'readings from Shakespeare', reading poetry, and also forging signatures.

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