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Old 12th July 2010   #1
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Default To the Zoo in a Plastic Box

Hi, I came across this recommendation via a Frank Indiviglo article; Collecting Live Food for Reptiles and Amphibians: an Entomologist’s Technique | That Reptile Blog

"To the Zoo in a Plastic Box (Newmark, 1965; Random House). A hilarious and informative account of two brothers’ adventures collecting insects and herps for the London Zoo, the book is a true gem…please read it if possible."

Has anyone read this book? It sounds great....

(Note to self....dig out my old copy of "My family and other animals" Gerald Durrell)



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