And if you're reading this, we've successfully put two-thirds of the year behind us.
134 years ago today a man was born who would be intrigued by the work of Charles Darwin and wondered what would happen if a tribe of apes adopted a human baby.
Edgar Rice Burroughs' went on to create "Tarzan," a wildly popular series of novels that were turned into more than 40 movies and mass merchandise the likes of bathing suits, chewing gum, ice cream, and even bread.
The first Tarzan movie - a silent film debuting in 1918 - was one of the first movies to gross more than a million dollars, and Burroughs' books have sold more than 100 million copies.
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