Punch,  58 (1870), 166.

Studies at the Zoological Gardens  [2/2]

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Illustration, Drollery, Serial

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Zoological Gardens, Animal Behaviour, Zoology

    Shows the strange behaviour and feature of some animals at the Zoological Society Gardens. These include the 'Raked-Shovel-Mouthed Wild Boar' (shown with a shovel for a snout), two kiwis sitting on a large egg (the egg is so large that 'it takes two kiwis to hatch it'), and four illustrations of a hedgehog stealing an apple.

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