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It could be said that Jungleland helped create Thousand Oaks into the town it is today.

As I took the guided tour, I arrived in the kitchen and upon peering out the back window saw a large sign hanging on the back of the house at approximately basement level. It housed many of the animals used in movies between the 1930s and 1960s.

It said "Wild Animals" with the words "Importer Exporter" above. As you drove up the coast, past the town of Thousand Oaks, you could literally see elephants and occasionally other animals chained to the side of the road advertising the zoo.

Curious why such a strange sign was hanging on the back of the historic building, I of course asked our guide. Today the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza resides at the former site of Jungleland.

But long ago in 1926, Goebel's Lion Farm opened its doors at the location.

Famed lion tamer, Mabel Stark came to Thousand Oaks in 1938 and began hosting performances at Jungleland.

Mabel Stark was probably the world's first woman tiger and lion trainer.

According to several people below, the incident happened in 1963, the panther escaped from its enclosure, but never made it out of the park.

It was said to have been found within a day or two and sadly shot and killed.

Goebel recovered ownership of it through foreclosure, but entered into an agreement with outside partners to operate it.

By the sixties, Jungleland rapidly increased in popularity and had by now acquired a variety of different animals.

Eventually residing on 170 acres, Goebel's Lion Farm was started by Louis Goebel, a former employee at Gay's Lion Farm who left the lion zoo when it moved to El Monte.