Antelope, 3 1/4 feet

Armadillo and tail, 5 feet

Anteater, 1 foot

Badger, 2 1/2 feet

Barbary Ape, 3 1/2 feet

Bottle-nosed Seal, 11 to 18 feet

Civet, 2 feet

Chamois, 3 feet

Common Bat, 4 or 5 inches

Common Seal, 4 to 6 feet

Dormouse, 6 inches

Dog-faced Baboon, 5 feet

Dromedary, 6 to 7 feet

Elephant, 10 or 11 feet

Elephant (high), 6 or 7 feet

Ermine, 10 inches

Ferret, 14 inches

Flying Squirrel, 6 inches

Fox, 1 1/2 to 2 feet

Giraffe, 15 to 16 feet (high)

Great Anteater, 4 feet

Hedgehog, 10 inches

Hyena, 3 feet

Stag, 4 to 5 feet

Sable, 11 inches

Spectrum Bat, 7 inches

Tiger, 8 to 9 feet

Tiger (high), 4 feet

Tapir, 6 feet

Hippopotamus, 10 to 20 feet

Ichneumon, 15 inches Jackal, 2 1/2 feet Kangaroo, 3 to 4 feet Lion, 6 to 8 and 9 feet Lynx, 4 feet Lioness, 5 to 7 feet Mole, 6 inches Marmot, 10 inches Musk Deer, 3 1/4 feet Maned Seal, 10 to 14 feet Opossum, 15 to 18 inches Ordinary Squirrel, 8 inches Otter, 3 1/4 feet Orang-outang, 4 1/2 to 5 1/2 feet Pigmy Antelope 10 inches Pigmy Ape, 3 1/2 feet Polecat, 17 inches Porcupine, 2 1/2 feet Roebuck, 3f feet Raccoon, 2 feet Rhinoceros, 12 feet Rhinoceros (high), 6 to 7 feet Vampire, 6 to 12 inches Vaulting Monkey, 13 inches Wolf, 2 1/2 to 3 feet Weasel, 7 1/2 inches Wild Cat, 2 to 5 feet Walrus or Morse, 15 to 18 feet

Bait For Different Game

Badger - Mice or flesh of any kind. Beaver - Fresh roots. Fox - Fowl, flesh, fish, toasted cheese. Marten - Head of fish, piece of meat or fowl. Mink - Fowl, flesh or roasted fish. Muskrat - Carrots, potatoes, apples, etc. Opossum - Nuts, corn, mice, piece of fowl. Otter - Fish, piece of a bird or otter mush. Raccoon - Chicken, frog or fish. Skunk - Mice, meat, piece of a fowl. Squirrel - Grain, nuts, or ear of corn. Wolf - Waste part of tame or wild game. Woodchuck - Roots, fruit, corn or bread.

How Fast Rabbits Increase

One Pair of Rabbits in four years, if none are killed or die, will be increased to 1,250,000 rabbits.