Published May 23, 1994
Color spread showing a cow mom taking a calf girl on a walking tour of New York City:"This part,darling, is Greenwich Village. Long ago, your ancestors made the first roads here." "You mean cow paths?" "Yes, dear, and they did it by avoiding steep hills and boulders. That's why the Village has such charming, curvy streets... Now, this is Midtown. It was created by man. Man likes to build cities on a grid, so he blasts away all obstacles." "It's kinda scary." "I know, dear, but that's what happens when evolution goes too far."
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