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ZOOQUARIA 110: Winter 2020

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  • New Horizons: How EAZA's Annual Conference went online for the first time – and increased its global audience
  • Into the future: The 75th WAZA Annual Conference joined the trend for going online, with huge success
  • Bonobo paradise: A new exhibit in Belgium is a success for bonobos, visitors and conservation researchers alike
  • Elephant expertise: A new set of Best Practice Guidelines brings together many years of effort and experience to provide even better care for EAZA's elephants
  • On the front line: A new RCP and LTMP for gibbons show that there is a crucial role to play for all EAZA Members
  • A new plan for hornbills: The new RCP for hornbills has ambitious plans to save these fascinating birds
  • Project equid: The newly published RCP for EAZA's equids has identified the measures needed to protect 12 different taxa
  • Sea change: Is this the beginning of a new chapter in ocean conservation?
  • Creative response: An inspiring collection of case studies shows the many creative ways in which EAZA Members can contribute to conservation
  • Eating our words: Why we urgently need to talk about meat consumption and its role in conservation 
  • Taking a stand against Bsal: Strategies to defend the Caudata species against an emerging pathogen

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