The Fizzgiggious Fish’s Ancestor

British Library, Harley MS 624:

From Edward Lear, More Nonsense Pictures, Rhymes Botany &c. (1872), “Twenty-Six Nonsense Rhymes and Pictures:”

The fizzgiggious Fish,
who always walked about upon Stilts,
because he had no legs.

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