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ZOOQUARIA 120: Winter 2023

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  • Kiitos, Korkeasaari! In September, Helsinki Zoo played host to a busy and successful EAZA Annual Conference

  • Hands across the world: The 2023 WAZA Annual Conference saw a record number of delegates gather at San Diego Zoo
  • Celebrating our superpower: How education is the key to conservation success
  • Taking a deep dive: After a four-year gap, delegates were delighted to reconnect and share their work at EUAC 2023
  • A is for Aquaria: Meet Max Janse, the new President of EUAC
  • Moving forward from EAZA21+: As the EAZA21+ campaign comes to an end, it calls on EAZA Members to scale up their commitment to biodiversity conservation
  • Vietnamazing! Introducing the new EAZA campaign for 2024–2025
  • Back to Patagonia: The new-style EEP for Grebe will support the prospects of this water bird worldwide
  • Which lizards should we keep in zoos? How EAZA is protecting our most threatened lizards
  • When negative becomes a positive: A new insight into animal behaviour training
  • Watch, learn and share: Announcing a major expansion of the ZooMonitor app
  • Meet the education snakes: Take a tour of the new custom-built terrarium at Bern Animal Park
  • Working together for a green future: How Kolmården Wildlife Park is taking a holistic approach to sustainability
  • Why zookeepers need more VET: Improving zookeeper skills in Croatia

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