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Submitted by administrator on Wed, 2014-08-06 09:01

Today’s blog post comes from an article published by Mongabay, which examines the transition and role of zoos as a vehicle of not only public diversion and education, but also of conservation. Zoos have transitioned from a sterile, gray-barred environment full of animals commonly found in the wild, to a natural, plush environment that houses rare animals from all corners of the world. As zoos develop their own breeding programs and individual or collective conservation foundations, is it enough?

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