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International Zoo Yearbook 15: Small Mammals in Captivity

Series: International Zoo Yearbooks Volume: 15
By: Nicole Duplaix-Hall(Editor)
487 pages, 24 plates with 30 b/w photos; b/w illustrations, tables
International Zoo Yearbook 15: Small Mammals in Captivity
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Divided into 3 main sections:

Section 1 contains 17 papers on Small Mammals in Captivity which reflect the diverse physiological and behavioural adaptations of a group of animals long neglected as zoo subjects including mongooses, red pandas, beavers, prairie dogs, shrews, treeshrews, mouse lemurs, hutias, tenrecs and neotropical bats.
Section 2 contains 73 papers on breeding, husbandry, hand-rearing, building and exhibits, conservation and education.
Finally, section 3 lists the vertebrate species bred in captivity during 1973, where each was bred and which were offspring of captive-born parents.

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Series: International Zoo Yearbooks Volume: 15
By: Nicole Duplaix-Hall(Editor)
487 pages, 24 plates with 30 b/w photos; b/w illustrations, tables
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