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1796

Piscine Deligny is inaugurated. (Paris, France)

1900

14th May: The Olympics. (Paris, France)

1924

Sunday 4th May: The Piscine des Tourelles is inaugurated. (Paris, France)

1926

William Beebe gives the sloth's sense of taste, touch, sight, and hearing a rating of 2, and its sense of smell a rating of 3.

1933

A female black leopard escapes the zoo. (Zurich, Switzerland)

1939

Yann Martel's novel would have taken place in this year. (Portugal)

1947

Friday 15th August: The Partition of India. (India)

1948

The Tsimtsum is made by Erlandson and Skank Shipyards. (Malmo, Sweden)

1950

Heini Hediger says, "When two creatures meet, the one that is able to intimidate its opponent is recognized as socially superior, so that a social decision does not always depend on a fight; an encounter in some circumstances may be enough."

1954

Pondicherry cedes from France. (Pondicherry, India)

Monday 1st November: Pondicherry enters the union of India. (Pondicherry, India)

1961

Piscine Molitor Patel is born. (Pondicherry, India)

1963

Tuesday 25th June: Yann Martel is born. (Salamanca, Spain)

1966

Tirler says about sloths, "A good-natured smile is forever on its lips."

1968

Bullock says that sloths fall from decayed branches often.

1970

Tsimtsum is refitted.

1971

December: The Indo-Pakistani War.

1973

Pi is Hindu, Christian, and Muslim. (Pondicherry, India)

1977

Tuesday 21st June: Pi and his family leave on the Tsimtsum to go to Canada. (Pondicherry, India)

Tuesday 28th June: The Tsimtsum passes. (Manila, Philippines)

Saturday 2nd July: The Tsimtsum sinks. Pi gets into a lifeboat and acquires company. (Pacific Ocean)

1978

Tuesday 14th February: Pi arrives in his lifeboat. (Mexico)

Sunday 19th February: Oika Shipping Company writes an insurance report concerning the sinking of the Tsimtsum after Pi tells a couple of representatives two versions of his story.

1996

Yann Martel interviews Piscine Molitor "Pi" Patel. (Pondicherry, India)


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