News Archives

Sep­tem­ber 2015

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World's first captive-born Indian rhinoceros calf, 2015, at Hellabrunn Zoo
News zoos

World’s first captive-​born Indian rhi­noc­eros calf, 2015, at Hellabrunn Zoo

Sea otter numbers are encouraging, but sharks appear to be a problem still
News biodiversity

Sea otter num­bers are encour­ag­ing, but sharks appear to be a prob­lem still

Saving wild Sumatran rhinos from the brink of extinction is still possible
News biodiversity

Sav­ing wild Suma­tran rhi­nos from the brink of extinc­tion is still possible

‘Tree of Life’ for 2.3 million species released – Wikipedia for evolutionary history
News evolution

Tree of Life’ for 2.3 mil­lion species released – Wikipedia for evo­lu­tion­ary history

Polar bears may survive the Arctic ice melt – on caribou
News biodiversity

Polar bears may sur­vive the Arc­tic ice melt – on caribou

New law of nature explains why there aren't more lions ...
News biodiversity

New law of nature explains why there aren’t more lions …

Black-footed ferret diversity boosted by AI with frozen sperm
News zoos

Black-​footed fer­ret diver­sity boosted by AI with frozen sperm

Fewer tiger subspecies improves flexibility of tiger conservation
News biodiversity

Fewer tiger sub­species improves flex­i­bil­ity of tiger conservation

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Goal: 7000 tigers in the wild

Tiger range countries map

Tiger map” (CC BY 2.5) by Sander­son et al., 2006.

about zoos and their mis­sion regard­ing breed­ing endan­gered species, nature con­ser­va­tion, bio­di­ver­sity and edu­ca­tion, which of course relates to the evo­lu­tion of species.
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