National Geographic : 1938 Jun
) INnational tjeograptnc society ONLY CONNOISSEURS FIND FLAVOR IN THE BRIGHT DJAMBOE AYER This shiny pink "watery fruit," with its crisp pulp, is more refreshing than palatable. Foreigners prefer the purple-and-white mangosteen or even the ill-smelling durian whose custardy pulp hides in a sharp-spiked shell. Finlay Photographs by Maynard Owen Williams BOTTLE-FED "HARI"ISNOW AFAVORITE WITH ZOO FANS Captured when no larger than acat. this fine tiger cub, here seen with Roy L. Jennier, is now ahusky attraction atthe National Zoological Park in Washington, D. C. "Hari" isshort for"harimau," meaning" tiger."