We have no meanings for "zoological gardens" in our records yet.
The grounds of this palace have been converted into zoological gardens.
Such nasty things ought to be kept in zoological gardens, and not turned loose.
To dream of visiting zoological gardens, denotes that you will have a varied fortune.
A dream of a keeper in the zoological gardens.
Visits to the zoological gardens, to natural-history museums and art galleries, are valuable teaching experiences.
Passing in front of the town hall, and turning to the right, we approach the zoological gardens.
The keepers have frequently the utmost difficulty in rearing animals which are born in menageries and zoological gardens.
We might snare a live gorilla, and there is not a gorilla in the zoological gardens of Europe.
A trip to Bronx park, where the beautiful botanical and zoological gardens are located, should not be missed.
In addition, there are the zoological gardens, the race-course, and the great cricket-grounds where the international matches are played.
Baroda has one of the finest zoological gardens in the world, but most of the animals are native to India.
She walked much, often visiting the zoological gardens, and she had a great liking for all kinds of small animals.
For thirty years or more he had gone about the hazardous enterprise of supplying zoological gardens and circuses with wild beasts.
McDougal, drag the first man that shouts to the serpent-house in the zoological gardens, and lock him up with the rattlesnakes!
Beyond the bridge he turned left along the dusty road which followed the river through the zoological gardens past the burning ghats.
Founded in 1828 as the world's first scientific zoological gardens, the site has become burdened by the weight of its own history.
This collocation consists of:
Zoological gardens through the time
Zoological gardens across language varieties