Edited By: RJ Hoage and WA Deiss
198 pages, 97 b/w illus
Collection of essays which trace the development of the modern zoo in the nineteenth century.
This volume succeeds in presenting a balanced view of zoological park development in the last century, and has a global perspective... it is truly a fine effort of scholarship and invaluable to any person seeking a greater knowledge of the history, aspirations, and roles of zoos in Western Civilization. Quarterly Review of Biology
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