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ZOOQUARIA 114: Summer 2022

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  • Council 2022–2025: Meet your new EAZA Council members

  • Crisis in Ukraine: How the EAZA community has stepped in to help its besieged Ukrainian colleagues
  • Let the journey begin: EAZA's new campaign heralds a better future for global conservation
  • Planning a brighter future: The first ever online RCP workshop defined the next steps for monotreme and marsupial conservation
  • Taking the leap: Why the yellow-footed wallaby could be an ideal addition to many EAZA zoos
  • The great gorilla challenge: The many ways in which we can improve the conservation of the Western lowland gorilla
  • How to hatch a hornbill: The trials and triumphs of a painstaking programme to improve the great hornbill's breeding success
  • Avian influenza: Plan, prepare, prevent – how to deal with avian flu
  • Back to the wild: A dedicated programme in a national park in India is addressing the plight of the red panda
  • The great monk seal rescue: Why the Mediterranean monk seal has found sanctuary off the coast of Africa
  • In memoriam: Zooquaria pays tribute to Francoise Delord and Dr Bernhard Blaszkiewitz
  • JZAR update: The latest facts and figures from the Journal of Zooand Aquarium Research
  • Greening the future: How Dortmund Zoo is improving its sustainability

 

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