Animals: In The Bronx

The owner of an apartment house in The Bronx last week wrote to the Department of Sanitation complaining of "conditions that exist on the side and rear of my house. ... It is ... a body of water commonly known as a swamp." He said that in the swamp subsisted "a large school of frogs. . . . The sound they make . . . is the most annoying thing I have ever heard. The few remaining tenants . . . threatened to move unless something is done about it."

Interviewed, Mrs. Louise Mulligan,...

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