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Ota Benga: The Tragic Tale Of The Man Who Was Kept In A New York Zoo

"At first, some people weren’t sure what it was. It — he — seemed much less a monkey than a man, though a very small, dark one with grotesquely pointed teeth."

Ota Benga: The Tragic Tale Of The Man Who Was Kept In A New York Zoo
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