In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- When this busy artist is not sculpting in her studio in Cheyenne, Wyoming, she participates in local cattle roundups during the spring and fall and helps her husband tend to a menagerie of animals at their ranchland home.
- The Johannesburg Zoo has a new pair of animals in the menagerie - a two-ton statue of two buffaloes now stands next to the zoo's central lake and near the elephant and lemur enclosures.
- Some larger menageries house animals in small, barren cages that in no way encourage visitors to respect wildlife; nor do they educate, facilitate research, or help with species preservation.
- He is a ‘country boy at heart’, a farmer's son from just outside the Lanarkshire town, who grew up among a bizarre menagerie of animals that he refers to as ‘a crazy sort of petting zoo’ and that include two ostriches.
- However, the problem of moving their menagerie of animals over east was starting to be a concern as trucking them over wasn't an option, especially for the camels.
- He portrayed visions of animal menageries, fairies, and devils, derived from fables and mythology.
- Circuses will also have to find other animals to complete their menagerie after the adoption of the bill.
- Other finds at the site show that Ardipithecus lived alongside a menagerie of animals, including antelope, rhinos, monkeys, giraffes and hippos.
- The cash will also help her to feed the menagerie of rescued animals that she looks after at her Market Weighton home.
- Some communities, like Boston and Atlanta, became so enraged at the poor care of animals in their municipal menageries that they demanded their city zoos to shut down or revamp, which Zoo Atlanta did to national acclaim.
- We also met her menagerie of animals, 2 dogs, a cat, and a hamster.
- As animal lovers, they had a menagerie of creatures on their property.
- He said: ‘The Dangerous Animals Act set stringent regulations on those who wished to keep exotic pets in private menageries.’
- Here, we saw a menagerie of farm animals and other small creatures at close quarters, too close when it came to the rats, which scurried along a run beneath our feet, and a tame jackdaw, called Jack, which decided to use my head as a perch.
- About six weeks before, the beasts who were about three years old and half-grown, were taken from the Tower menagerie to the animals' hospital in Lytham Road South Shore, for a change.
- A menagerie of Bradford animals has had a starring role in the latest Harry Potter film.
- One day it happens that a careless jailer leaves his keys in the doors of this menagerie, and the wild beasts rampage with savage roars through the horrified town.
- As soon as you enter the car park you are greeted by a menagerie of farm animals, many of them rare breeds including Soay, Ryeland and Whitefaced Woodland sheep.
- Zoos have moved from being menageries of animals caged for human entertainment.
- It had lakes and lush vegetation that was home to a menagerie of strange beasts including the Columbian mammoth and other huge herbivores such as ground sloths, bison and camels.
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