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ZOOQUARIA 115: Autumn 2022

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  • French connections: After a two-year wait, EAZA Directors' Days finally took place face-to-face at Beauval Zoo
  • Meet EAZA's new Chair: Zooquaria talks to Endre Papp about his new role and his vision for EAZA
  • On the campaign trail: How EAZA Members are taking the message of EAZA21+ out into the world
  • Zoo health in focus: Reporting from the 2022 EAZWV conference


    Planning for prosimians: Taking the next steps towards a long-term plan
  • Small wonders: How the EAZA Small Carnivore TAG clarified its priorities in a recent RCP workshop
  • How to manage a jaguar: Refining best practice in jaguar management
  • A forum for the future: How the long-awaited 2022 EAZA Conservation Forum finally made it to Zagreb Zoo
  • Contributions to conservation: The complete picture of how EAZA Members have contributed to projects across the globe since 2017
  • Into the jungle: Behind the scenes at a stunning new exhibit at Auckland Zoo
  • Message in a suitcase: How an ingenious educational tool is helping to explain the benefits of keeping livestock in zoos
  • Towards a climate-neutral zoo: Sustainability in action at Landau Zoo
  • Bridging the gap: How EAZA's Animal Welfare Forum made up for lost time with a packed conference programme

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