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London Zoo 1929 MD93_07025 Featured Lion Print

London Zoo 1929 MD93_07025

London Zoo, Regents Park, Westminster. Line drawing entitled "The Gardens of the Zoological Society of London 1929" and "the Gardens 1829" (inset). Probably produced to celebrate the centenary of the Royal Charter. The 1929 version shows elephant rides, visitors and the layout of animal enclosures mostly populated with the various creatures in residence. Inscribed by the early 20th century illustrator R B Brook-Greaves, who designed the Whipsnade White Lion

© Historic England Archive

GM1E95312NF01 Featured Lion Print

GM1E95312NF01

A baby monkey, a lion cub and tiger cubs play at the Guaipo Manchurian Tiger Park in Shenyang, Liaoning Province, May 1, 2013. Picture taken May 1, 2013. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY TRAVEL TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) CHINA OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN CHINA - RTXZ8EI

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Malik-I-Maidan at the Bijapur Fort, Karnataka, India Featured Lion Print

Malik-I-Maidan at the Bijapur Fort, Karnataka, India

The Malik-I-Maidan at the Bijapur Fort, Karnataka, India. The Malik-i-Maidan (Master of the Battlefield), also called Burj-E-Sherz, was erected by Ibrahim Adil Shah II and named after the Battle of Talikota of 1565 in which the Vijayangar empire was routed. It has a large cannon (pictured here), 4.45 metres long and weighing 55 tonnes - considered one of the largest forged medieval guns. The muzzle is shaped in the form of a lion head with carved open jaws as if devouring an elephant (depicted between the jaws). It was cast at Ahmadnagar from bell metal by Muhammad Bin Husain Rumi in 1549. Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection