Historical Art PhotoNews Posters Circa 1946 - 1952
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Hippopotamus Gets Birthday Present
All In A Day’s Work For “Mike”
"Pete", 44-year-old patriarch of the Bronx, N.Y. Zoo, was given a special treat of cabbages on his recent birthday. He is the oldest "hippo" in captivity and the oldest animal in the Zoo. His daily fare is 85 pounds of hay, 5 bushels of grass and 10 loaves of bread.
Thousands of New York youngsters visit the famous Central Park Zoo every day just to see "Mike", the Zoo's pet chimpanzee put on his act. Photos show the versatile "missing link" riding his bicycle, having lunch, and playing baby for Head Keeper John Galm.
Canine Cops Now Serve New York Police
Deer In A China Shop
Dogdom Royalty At ‘NYC’s 73rd Show’
Best of Breed in New York Dog Show
New York “Goes To The Dogs”
Remove Six Bottles From Cleopatra’s Stomach
Champion Steer Brings $11.50 A Pound
Scientists Install “Window” In Living Cows
Highly-trained German shepherd dogs are the latest addition to New York's "Finest. As pictures show, the dogs can travel faster and get into places quicker than their officer-pals, and, not even gun-fire stops them from getting their man.
A frightened fawn peers around a comer of the china and pottery department in a Portland, Me., dime store after crashing in through a glass door. The deer was captured and tumed over to game wardens who bandaged its cuts and found it a home.
Entries and winners at the Westminister Kennel Club show were: 1. Trio of English Bulls from Averilrs Kennels. 2. Afghan hound from Karikal Kennels looks like a bear rug as he relaxes. Continue Here
The ribbon-winning, classy canines at the West minister Kennel Club show in Madison Square Garden are; left, English bulldog champion "Michael Pendergast", and Dandie Dinmont terrier, "Windflower" judged the oldest best of breed in the group.
At Westminister Kennel Club's 72nd Dog Show some of the 2,539 entries were: 1. Bulldog "Milsande's Heestopp", looking quizzically at some Chihuahuas. 2. "Michael Pendergast, best of breed.
Cleopatra is a crocodile in the Cincinnati Zoo, and lately she's been swallowing a lot of things not on her diet. When veterinary surgeons had to operate, they took six bottles of pop, 38 stones of various sizes, a china doll, some marbles and a 30-30 caliber shell out of Cleo's tummy.
With members of the Pecos County, Tex., 4-H Club looking on, the champ junior yearling Hereford, "Judge Roy Bean", poses at the Livestock Show in Chicago with his new owner, David Meeker, right of Detroit. The" Judge" weighed 1200 pounds and sold for $13,800 on the hoof.
To study stages of digestion in cows, University of Wisconsin dairy husbandry scientists have installed plastic "windows" in the sides of five cows. The windows can be removed, making it possible to take samples of the cow’s food in various stages of digestion.
A 10-pointer (right in all pictures) weighing 250 pounds and a 4-pointer weighing 180 pounds lock homs in death duel. 1. Smaller animal has the big buck down. 2. Both try to twist free. 3. The smaller one kicks his legs in air in final lunge. 4. Just after this picture the smaller deer freed himself leaving his opponent dead.
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