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Franklin McMillan Diary, 1926-1927

Franklin McMillan Diary 1926 & 1927 16.pdf

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about 3000 lbs. they fed them two big buckets of fish. next we went through the snake building and saw all kinds of them next was the Monkeys and Baboons. all kinds of them. from there we saw the Birds from Eagles down to the smallest kinds, from all parts of the world. they were all sizes and colors, and hundreds of them. then on to the water fowl. in a large flying cage there were cranes, Egrets, Flamingos and other bright colored ones. down at the bottom was a nice grassy place and we had our lunch and started again. there were pools each of ducks & geese, and wild ducks of all kinds. a pair of Emu from Australia. a few Peccaries, a kind of small pig. a pool with four large crocodiles another pool of Sea Gulls. had one wing cut and they were as lame as chickens. would eat out of your hand. then we started up the hill

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