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Topic: captive breeding
Breeding benefits when love bites wombats on the butt
Monitoring wombats for behaviours such as pacing and rump biting could help conservation efforts by increasing the success of captive breeding. University of Queensland researchers...
Meta-analysis identifies fishy issues with captive stocks
A group of researchers based at the University of Sydney has uncovered patterns that may be jeopardising the long-term success of worldwide animal breeding...
Production timings could stem illegal wildlife trade
The legal trade in captive bred animals and artificially propagated plants is often used by criminals to launder illegally collected wildlife. In many cases...
Captive breeding in zoos challenged by diet
A recently published study in the journal Pachyderm highlights the ongoing effort of accredited zoos to address challenges and improve the sustainability of endangered species populations...
Ensuring the survival of elephants in Laos: A matter of economics
Asian elephant populations in Laos, which are under a process of commodification, have dropped by half in the last 30 years. According to researchers...
Colombia peace deal brings new threat to country’s rainforest
Monkeys benefit from the nut-cracking abilities of chimpanzees and hogs
Determining the bioaccumulation of 9 metals in aquatic invertebrates
environmental quality standard
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