People: Feb. 3, 1967

Yet another Kennedy book is in the works. Bobby Kennedy Jr., 13, the clan's Clyde Beatty, is collaborating with his brother Michael, 8, on The Great Slaughter, a treatise on man's inhumanity to beast. Young Bobby already knows most of the basics about wildlife just from watching his own private animal kingdom at home in Mc-Lean, Va., where he tenderly harbors a scaly tegu named Thor, an iguana, two hawks, six chickens, two geese, six golden pheasants and assorted turtles and frogs, to say nothing of the family's five dogs and four horses....

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