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Building a Future for Wildlife Zoos and Aquariums Committed to Biodiversity Conservation

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By: G Dick and M Gusset
216 pages, Col photos, maps, charts
Building a Future for Wildlife
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  • Building a Future for Wildlife ISBN: 9783033022348 Paperback Jan 2010 Out of Print #183648
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Building a future for wildlife is the slogan of the World Zoo and Aquarium Conservation Strategy. Modern zoos and aquariums are indeed playing an increasingly active and important role in conserving species in their natural habitat. This richly illustrated book provides an overview of the partners, approaches and achievements of the world zoo and aquarium community in wildlife conservation. The book's main focus is on 25 conservation success stories from around the globe, portraying the many ways in which zoos and aquariums are committed to biodiversity conservation.

This book was edited by Gerald Dick and Markus Gusset from the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA), who are both conservation biologists themselves.

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Out of Print
By: G Dick and M Gusset
216 pages, Col photos, maps, charts
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