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Page 146. " the section of the Zoological Gardens in which the wolf department is included "
by hector


Wolf, c1895
Public DomainWolf, c1895 - Credit: Alfred Wierusz-Kowalski
The wolves at London Zoo used to be housed in an enclosure beside the Broadwalk in Regent's Park.  They have now been moved to the much larger Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire.


Given the amount of Hamlet quoted in Dracula, there is a twentieth century connection that Bram Stoker would have enjoyed in the 1987 movie Withnail & I, at the end of which Richard E. Grant poignantly recites Hamlet to the London Zoo wolves.