Sleep, Teddy Bear, Sleep Independence Park, Petach Tikva: An Israeli Realm of Memory

@article{Berger2002SleepTB,
  title={Sleep, Teddy Bear, Sleep Independence Park, Petach Tikva: An Israeli Realm of Memory},
  author={T. Berger},
  journal={Israel Studies},
  year={2002},
  volume={7},
  pages={1 - 32}
}
  • T. Berger
  • Published 2002
  • Sociology
  • Israel Studies
THE COLLECTION OF STUFFED ANIMALS at the Petach Tikva zoo is impressively large. It includes bears, deer, penguins, rabbits, fish, all kinds of birds, hundreds of butterflies and a skeleton. The former deputy mayor, who was in charge of the park, used his contacts abroad to order the bigger animals from a Swiss family of taxidermists. By the beginning of the I96O's there were dozens of them. The smaller animals and the birds were made at Tel Aviv University, which was at that time still… Expand
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