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ZOOQUARIA 112: Summer 2021

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  • Defining our future: How EAZA's Strategy 2021–2025 will ramp up our efforts to combat biodiversity loss
  • Ending the silence: A new action group plans to continue the vital work of the Silent Forest Campaign
  • Battle of the species: How a STEM event in Ireland highlighted the issues of the Which Fish? Campaign
  • Amphibian action plan: Announcing five new EEPs to protect our amphibians
  • Saving our owls: As the first RCP for owls is created, we examine how it will help these exceptional birds
  • Collecting for the common good: The importance of institutional collection plans
  • Kunming soon: What can we expect from the CBC COP15?
  • Contributions to conservation: Our Members' support for conservation in 2020
  • Mapping the world: Introducing the interactive EAZA Conservation Map
  • For the good of the Goodeids: The arrival of a new working group will help to protect the intriguing splitfin
  • Putting policy into practice: A guide to implementing the new Animal Health Law
  • Saving for the future: An update on the positive progress of EAZA's Biobank
  • Welcome to Aralandia: Inside the new free-flight aviary at Wuppertal
  • Firm foundations: What is the secret to a successful education session?
  • Reducing our footprint: A new survey shows the many ways in which EAZA Members are increasing their sustainability

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