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The lion in its wild state is a very different animal from the lion of menageries and wild-beast shows.
But men knew monkeys were in the woods, and men wanted the monkeys for circuses, for menageries and for hand-organs.
Some of the wild animals they used for food, and others they sold to white men who wanted them for circuses and menageries.
And it was the city where the circus stayed in winter, the animals living in barns, and in menageries, instead of in tents.
In less than a year he had become a well-known trainer, employed in one of the biggest menageries of America.
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But also from travelling shows and menageries, and from animals that died in the Tower he was supplied.
In France they are sought after as baits for fishing, and are used also in 296 menageries for feeding small reptiles.
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The keepers have frequently the utmost difficulty in rearing animals which are born in menageries and zoological gardens.
In the menageries of Europe, huanacu brought from Chile are frequently represented to be llamas.
We see that the medival castles and great mansions were like so many menageries of rare beasts of all kinds.

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