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In 1951 Oliver Graham-Jones became London Zoo's first inhouse veterinary officer and curator of mammals, and worked there for 15 years, before leaving to become a lecturer at the Royal Veterinary College. It took him seven years to write Zoo Tails.

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Zoo Tails

Gerald Durrell meets James Herriot. In Zoo Tails, Oliver Graham-Jones recalled his time as the chief vet at London Zoo, and some of the extraordinary animals he met along the way.

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