GREAT BRITAIN: Animal Raid Precautions

Nobody loves animals more than the English. They keep pythons in London flats, monkeys in the East End and dogs everywhere. One of the proudest days in Ornithologist Neville Chamberlain's life was when, during one of his customary early morning bird-watching walks with his wife in St. James's Park, he spotted a rare, migratory, dark-pied wagtail duck.

In spite of all the loving care Britons have spent on their pets, war has played havoc in the United Kingdom of Animals. In the early days, London Zoo was closed for the first time in...

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