Modern zoos: Saving wildlife, boosting science & educating the world!

Despite much controversy around zoos, they are vital conservation agents nowadays. They are also committed to educating their visitors and contributing to scientific research.

The Zoo Scientist will show you 

how!

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Endangered Captive-Bred Louisiana Pine Snakes Reintroduced Into the Wild

Zoos Matter, Science Says! - MEME Series!

Our “Zoos Matter, Science Says!” MEME series features peer-reviewed scientific papers that highlight the contribution of zoos & aquariums to conservation, research, education & recreation.

Critically Endangered Zoo-Bred Regent Honeyeaters Reintroduced Into the Wild

HAPPY PRIDE MONTH!

We are joining #PrideMonth celebrations in our very own way: with zoo science! The Zoo Scientist stands with the LGBTQ+ community in their fight for equality, tolerance and love! #loveislove
 

Development of an environmental enrichment programme: case study of white Bengal tiger (Panthera tigris bengalensis) and jaguar (Panthera onca) at Moscow Zoo (Podturkin & Papaeva, 2020)

The only thing better than Sundays is #ScienceSundays! A paper out in JZAR investigated the impacts of an enrichment programme on a tiger and a jaguar at Moscow Zoo, using data collected by the keepers. Enrichment-directed behaviours increased in both species, but impacts on general activity were only seen for the tiger.

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