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2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 Ibex grazing on precipitous rocks. Wolves with dark dens in the rocky hills.  Bears, tigers, in fact a general assortment from the small squirrel up to the Elephant.  To the right, to the left, are many bodies of water of different sizes and shapes where a great variety of aquatic fowls enjoy their freedom, from the frisky little diver Duck to the Great-billed pellicans [sic], swans and long legged tribas- (?)

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 After a refreshing gulp at a large glass of Lager, in the large restaurant within the grounds, we go down a sort of cellar stairs into the Aquarium, consisting of three rooms two of the 8 or 10 feet square, the other about 20 x 40 ft not large in figures, but the contents of the tanks aranged [sic] around the sides of the rooms, displaying the wonders of the deep, are among the most interresting objects that I ever beheld, riveting your wondering gaze for hours-

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 The tanks are raised to a convenient highth [sic] for the eye with railings to lean upon.     Into the surface of the water above your ^head^ pours a steady stream of salt water throwing air bubbles far down into the tanks. You are as it were, admitted into the depths of the sea, with its xxxxx

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