Foreign News: Albert A-Hunting

On the high plains to the south of Nairobi in British East Africa the monkeys jabbered noisily as they swung themselves from the mangrove to the coconut palm and clambered about the juniper and olive trees. The chattering stopped; curious faces peered through the leaves toward the ground where a disconsolate lion roamed through the tall grass.

Far away a giraffe stretched its neck, yawned. A rhinoceros began rooting among the herbs and a hippopotamus wallowed in a nearby river with its colts in view of crocodiles, flamingoes, pelicans, cranes.

In another place, an antelope...

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