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ZOOQUARIA 107: Winter 2019

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  • Together for nature: Reports from three recent conferences demonstrate the vital importance of global co-operation
  • Asking the right questions EAZA's new Which Fish? campaign shines the spotlight on marine conservation
  • Turtles in trouble Zooquaria talks to IUCN SG Executive Vice-Chair Anders Rhodin about the role he plays in chelonian conservation
  • Meet the chelonians As a new RCP is finalised for chelonians, we look at what it aims to achieve in the years to come
  • Origin unknown How confiscated animals can create studbook issues
  • The return to Rote Island Why the highly endangered snake-necked turtle is a worthy subject for an EAZA EEP
  • A turtle solution Supporting the European pond turtle
  • Plans for a radiant future The perilous position of the radiated tortoise
  • Chelonia conservation A visual guide to the facts and figures of tortoise and turtle conservation
  • A recipe for success An imaginative kitchen-themed exhibit is raising awareness of the plight of an endangered turtle
  • The great turtle rescue Lessons learned from the Hong Kong confiscation
  • Chelonians in Cambodia Why the ACCB is a hotspot for turtle conservation
  • Save our sulcata Is SOS Sulcata the last chance for this species?
  • Home comforts Making a home for the enigmatic leaf turtle
  • Making light work How Jersey Zoo perfected its light and heat provision for its resident turtles
  • Trade wars Tackling illegal trading in tortoises and turtles

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