At the ripe old age of 2 years, tiny Caroline Smith, daughter of Ken Smith Superintendant at the Jersey, Channel Islands
At the ripe old age of 2 years, tiny Caroline Smith, daughter of Ken Smith Superintendant at the Jersey, Channel Islands Zoo is the real friends of all the animals. So much so that even the three years old gorilla N' pongo", as strong as he is can be seen handled like a baby doll. Visitors are shocked at her lack of fear, and the fact that monkeys, and many other types of animals come in for petting every day when she toddles round the cages. Caroline is the daughter of a Zoo family, for her mother Trudy and Father Ken had Paington Zoo as their home for some time, when Caroline arrived in Jersey she was a month old, and arrived by boat nestling in a cot surrounded by birds in the cabin. Since then she has grown up with the animals. She shares her sweets with them. The ant eater with his long nose is just another friend, or even the giant lizard, who thrusts out his tongue alarmingly. March 1961 P2121"
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|Keywords||1960s,Animals ,Apes and Monkeys,Gorillas,Friendship,Child,Girl,Childhood,Expressions,Puzzled|
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