Ted Donahue Feeds Treppy At The University of Michigan Zoo, November 1946

Ted Donahue Feeds Treppy At The University of Michigan Zoo, November 1946
Caption: Intrepidus - the University's domesticated wolverine - is not eating his gamekeeper's hand, as the above picture seems to indicate, but rather is enjoying a dinner of dog food which Ted Donahue is feeding him by hand at the zoo behind the University museum. Treppy (short for his Latin name) is far more dainty in his table manners than a dog, Donahue relates. Although he usually sits up for his dinner, Treppy did not have the courage to do so when the above picture was taken, due to the fact that The News photographer was standing in the opposite corner of the cage. Donahue is a returned veteran and a student at the University.
Published in Issue: Ann Arbor News, November 29, 1946

Article Keywords: Animals, University of Michigan Zoo, Zoos
People: Ted Donahue
Photographer: Eck Stanger
Date: November 1946

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