She remembered clearly seeing one of the latter at a zoological garden.
Linda Condon Joseph Hergesheimer
It adjoins Wade Park, where are a zoological garden and a lake.
The Greatest Highway in the World Anonymous
He continued to be especially interested in zoology and made liberal contributions to the Dublin zoological garden.
Makers of Modern Medicine James J. Walsh
In the zoological garden there is a baby hippopotamus, which is fed on rice and milk.
Letters to an Unknown Prosper Mrime
At the zoological garden was found nearly every animal extant, from a mouse to a camelopard.
Every-Day Errors of Speech L. P. Meredith
In connection with the Museum were a botanical and a zoological garden.
History of the Conflict Between Religion and Science John William Draper
To this South American zoological garden of the sixteenth century no other of its time could be compared.
Eccentricities of the Animal Creation. John Timbs
In connection with the museum was a botanical and a zoological garden.
Bible Myths and their Parallels in other Religions T. W. Doane
As a matter of fact, no one in modern times has tried to train the African elephant, except here and there in a zoological garden.
More Science From an Easy Chair Sir E. Ray (Edwin Ray) Lankester
No zoological garden or park desires any of them, at any price.
Our Vanishing Wild Life William T. Hornaday
the formal term for zoo
measurement of the proportionate lengths or sizes of the parts of animals. noun the branch of zoology concerned with the relative length or size of the different parts of an animal or animals
any parasitic animal or protozoan. a of animals. zooparasite zo·o·par·a·site (zō’ə-pār’ə-sīt’) n. An animal parasite.
abnormal fear of animals. noun an unusual or morbid dread of animals n. 1901, from comb. form of Greek zoion “animal” (see zoo) + -phobia. Related: Zoophobic; zoophobe. zoophobia zo·o·pho·bi·a (zō’ə-fō’bē-ə) n. An abnormal fear of animals.
an individual animal or animallike organism in plankton.