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Technological improvements enabled Prince Albert to collect photographs of places that were significant to him


    Arabian camel, London Zoo

    circa 1852

    Salted paper print | 11.8 x 12.9 cm (image) | RCIN 2905543

    Photograph of the Camel House enclosure at London Zoo. An Arabian camel lies down in the enclosure, facing right. The camel's front legs are folded beneath its body. 

    Photograph is from a set of 43 photographs (2905515-2905557) of animals at London Zoo
    • Creator(s)

      Don Juan, Comte de Montizón (1822–87)


    • 11.8 x 12.9 cm (image)

    • Acquired by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert

    • Subject(s)
      • Natural Sciences & Mathematics
        • Zoology
          • Animals
            • Mammals
              • Camels
                • Arabian Camels
      • Places
        • Europe
          • Great Britain
            • England
              • Greater London [England]
                • London [Greater London]
                  • Regent's Park [London]
                    • London Zoo [The Regent's Park]
                      • Camel House [London Zoo]