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Conservation of Endangered Species in Captivity: An Interdisciplinary Approach

Series: SUNY Series in Endangered Species

Edited By: EF Gibbons Jr, BS Durrant and J Demarest

810 pages, Figs

State University of New York Press

Hardback | Sep 1995 | #32865 | ISBN: 0791419118
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Paperback | Oct 1995 | #26534 | ISBN: 0791419126
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A multi-disciplinary approach to endangered species conservation, organised taxonomically and by scientific discipline. Seven taxonomic groups are covered - invertebrates; fish; reptiles and amphibians; birds; marine mammals; primates; and other mammals. Within each taxonomic group, four scientific disciplines are explored - conservation; reproductive physiology; behaviour; and captive design. Captive and wild status are given for all groups. A major reference work for anyone involved in this increasingly important subject area.

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