Creating a global database
Wild Planet Trust has teamed up with Conservation Evidence to create the first global database of scientific evidence for the effectiveness of husbandry and management interventions in zoo animals.
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Jonas, C.S., Timbrell, L.L., Young, F., Petrovan, S.O., Bowkett, A.E., Smith, R.K. (2018). Management of Captive Animals: Global Evidence for the Effects of Selected Interventions. University of Cambridge, Cambridge.