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Captive Wild Animals

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Day
21
Month
February
Year
1896
Copyright
Public Domain
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"It is a curiouá thing how animáis are affecred by conditions which one wonld think wete imrnaterial, " said Chief Keeper Manley of the zoological garden. "Take an American wildcat, for example. If we jrat one of these animáis into a largeig where it eau ] jurup abont and have comparativo j dom, it will sicken and die of heart disease, whereas if we pen them np in a little cage where they can bardly turn around, they will live and be healthy. It is something that is hard to account for. Almost all the American animáis are hard to keep. Wecan't keep a moose here, and we have to be very carefnl

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Ann Arbor Argus
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