GERALD DURRELL'S MEMOIR CONTINUES WITH 'MY FAMILY AND THE HUNGRY TORTOISE WHO NIBBLED THEM ALIVE' 

Part two of Gerald Durrell's enchanting childhood adventures in Corfu - and the menagerie that refused to behave. In this part, he reveals how tthey were all terrorised by his pet tortoise.

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Gerald: Gerald is a masculine German given name meaning "rule of the spear" from the prefix ger- and suffix -wald . Variants include the English given name Jerrold, and the feminine nickname Jeri. Gerald is less common as a surname. People with the name Gerald include: