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ZOOQUARIA 104: Spring 2019

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  • Testing times - find out what happened when eaza’s accreditation process was put to the test
  • Reading the signs - How Twycross Zoo used qualitative behaviour assessment to fill a crucial gap in their welfare audit
  • New directions - As AFdPZ reaches its half-century, its plans for the future include active promotion of the role of zoos in conservation
  • Training the keepers - EAZA’s project to improve keeper training across the zoo and aquarium community is proving to be both effective and popular
  • How to save the rhino - the new rhinoceros TAG hopes to coordinate conservation efforts across the world to improve the prospects for the most threatened rhino species
  • Population paradox - In the wake of a ‘critically endangered’ status update, the orang-utan eep is reviewing and revising its strategies
  • Power to the people - How EAZA Members are finding new ways to involve their visitors in the fight to save our species
  • Going Dutch for local species - How key players in the Netherlands worked together to support locally threatened species, assisted by an exceptional new exhibit at Gaiazoo
  • Biodiversity begins at home - two new exhibits at Zoo Wroclaw have been designed to explain and promote the urgent need to protect biodiversity
  • Concrete solutions - An EAZA Corporate Member has mastered the art of fashioning natural landscapes out of carved and sprayed concrete

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