Germany in 1912: Images 311 to 315

Tuesday, December 02, 2014

Hagenbeck's menagerie: under the leadership of the drivers the elephans walks, stop from time to time to swallow the sand of the walkways.

Crawling along the rocks, always busy, is a crowd of the most diverse monkeys: baboons, hamadryas, macaques, mandrills, mangabees, etc.

The sea lions are among the most intelligent animals. Along with the walrus they are the easiest marine mammals to train.

Hagenbeck's menagerie also sells penguins with prices reaching 200 and 375 francs depending on species.

The little animal that drags this tiny cart is very rare, belonging to a race of donkeys living in the Himalayan Mountains.


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