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Goings On: Goings On • What we’re watching, listening to, and doing this week.
Tables for Two: Scarr’s Pizza • 35 Orchard St.
Comment: Our Dumb Friends
This or That Dept.: Defence of Cats
Cold-Blooded Dept.: Turtles
Dept. of Whinnying: Nichols, May, and Horses
Up a Tree: On the Way to Gladstone
Extinction Dept.: Dinosaurs
Fixer-Uppers: Zoo Update
Straight Talk Dept.: Beatrix Potter
Field Notes: One by One
Reflections: Butterflies • The childhood of a lepidopterist.
New York Journal: Harboring Rats • Vermin of the waterfront and beyond.
Shouts & Murmurs: Buzzed
Our Local Correspondents: Pets Allowed • Why are so many animals now in places where they shouldn’t be?
A Reporter at Large: The Squid Hunter • Can Steve O’Shea capture the sea’s most elusive creature?
The Sporting Scene: Little Wing • When homing pigeons leave home.
Poems: An Ox Looks at Man
Fiction: The Elephant Vanishes
Books: Bark • Do dogs have history?
Books: Farm to Fable • George Orwell’s animal allegory.
The Theatre: Animal Magnetism • Disney takes the high road to profit.
CARTOON CAPTION CONTEST
Puzzles & Games Dept.: The Crossword • A moderately challenging puzzle.