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ZOOQUARIA 108: Spring 2020

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  • Just keep swimming: An update on our new Which Fish? campaign
  • Let’s help nature become part of the solution Zooquaria talks to Luc Bas, Director of IUCN European Regional Office
  • A bright future for songbirds The Silent Forest campaign has reached its end, but the work to save Asia's songbirds will continue
  • Adapt and survive How two EAZA Members coped with the challenges of conservation education during the Covid-19 crisis
  • Helping vets to help wildlife Introducing a new handbook from the EAZWV
  • Shifting the population management paradigm Some insights into the effectiveness of the new RCP process
  • A plan for the cinereous vulture An update on the Cinereous vulture EEP
  • Planning for a revolution How CPSG Europe is ramping up its efforts for species conservation
  • Saving the Danish noble chafer Reporting on a new conservation project at Copenhagen Zoo
  • Taking action for Indonesia How threatened ungulates benefited from the first ever Action Indonesia Day
  • Flexible funding for a brighter future How the LIFE fund is offering a new flexibility for these extraordinary times
  • A walk in the food forest Behind the scenes at Apenheul’s primate exhibit
  • Contributions to conservation The latest data from the EAZA Conservation Database

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