Love in Infant Monkeys - Chapter 10: The Walking Bird Summary & Analysis

Lydia Millet
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A father, mother, and young daughter sit inside the zoo aviary. The little girl is taken by a bird with an injured leg. At first, her parents watch her watch the bird. Finally, the mother recalls a problem at the house and begins talking with the father about it. The girl asked a zookeeper why the bird did not simply fly instead of hobble on its injured let. The keeper told her it was a bird that walked more than it flew. She asked if the bird could fly if it wanted and the keeper replied, "Probably" and left. The little girl followed the bird and tried to no avail to get its attention. The father remembered that he had work at the office to tend to and told the girl it was time to go. She wanted to stay. The...

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