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ZOOQUARIA 100: Spring 2018 (Special edition!)

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  • How have changes to the EU over the last few decades affected zoo conservation?

  • Saving our songbirds: the silent forest campaign improves propsect sof songbirds

  • Breeding for success: Population breeding programmes and species survival

  • Animal welfare: the meaningful over the measurable

  • What will conservation look like in 2043?

  • Genetic potential: interview with Michael Bruford (Co-chair of the IUCN Conservation Genetics Specialist Group and Director of Frozen Ark)

  • The sustainable zoo: zoos of the future becoming the green hearts of human societies

  • How education by zoos and aquariums can improve conservation outcomes

  • Unity and transparency in zoo communciation

  • People and planet: increasing human populations threatening global biodiversity

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