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ZOOQUARIA 109: Autumn 2020

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  • Raising the stakes: EAZA's response to the EU Biodiversity Strategy 2030
  • Access all areas: The story of how the Journal of Zoo and Aquarium Research went from idea to reality
  • In memoriam: A tribute to zoo director Petr Čolas (1965–2020)
  • A sustainable solution: How one wildlife nutritionist improved the sustainability of his animals' food sources
  • Join our space programme: How the Deer TAG is encouraging and enabling EAZA Members to expand their deer collections
  • New plans for Old World monkeys: We talk to the Chair of the Old World monkey TAG about its most recent programmes
  • Planning for the pheasant’s future: The LTMP that could save the Vietnam pheasant
  • Virtual vets: This year's Zoo and Wildlife Health Conference went online – with inspiring results
  • Studbook-keeping for a digital age: ZIMS for Studbooks is the perfect place for EAZA Members to share knowledge and experience
  • Enter the dragon: How the Komodo dragon has benefited from a multifaceted conservation strategy
  • Rallying support for rhinos: When Save the Rhino International joined forces with EAZA, it proved a winning combination
  • Life in the savannah: How the African savannah has put down new roots in Zürich
  • The human effect: Measuring the effects that zoo staff and visitors have on animal welfare and behaviour
  • Close encounters: How close-up interactions can improve our visitors' educational experience

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