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  1. South American Zoo by Victor Von Hagen, 0000
  2. South American Zoo, by Victor Wolfgang Von Hagen, 1946
  3. South American Zoo by Victor W. Von Hagen, 1946
  4. Biology, Medicine, and Surgery of South American Wild Animals
  5. National Park Ranger: An American Icon by Charles R. Butch Farabee, 2003-06-25
  6. Oak Park and the Montgomery Zoo (Images of America: Alabama) by Heather S. Trevino, Linda E. Pastorello, 2007-11-21
  7. Hwange: Retreat of the Elephants (South African Travel & Field Guides) by Nick Greaves, 1999-02
  8. Knoxville Zoo, TN (Images of America) by Sonya Haskins, 2007-03-07
  9. Guided with a Steady Hand: The Cultural Landscape of a Rural Texas Park by Dan K. Utley, James Wright Steely, 1998-09

veterinary paper about husbandry and diseases of free and captive South American animals reptiles, birds and mammals that incidence of psitacosis may be higher in south american zoos than is usually assumed has continuously introduced into south american zoos an increasing number of animals
    *Published in, 1996, 15 (1), 267-287
    Zalmir Silvino Cubas
    Foz Tropicana Bird Park SUMMARY The author summarises the occurrence of major diseases in wild animals maintained in captivity in South America. The epidemiology, impact and significance of the diseases are discussed, togheter with appropriate husbandry practices to control and prevent transmissible diseases. The following animal groups and pathologies are considered in this review:
    • Poxvirus dermatitis, gatroenteritis, pneumonia, amoebosis and coccidiosis in reptiles. Management practices and diseases (including botulism, bacterial enteritis, psittacosis, aspergillosis and parasitic diseases in birds). Enterocolitis, pneumonias and internal parasites in non-human primates. Canine distemper, parvoviruses, babesiosis, internal and external parasites in carnivores. Tuberculosis and enteritis in tapirs. Haemorrhagic diseases in cervids.

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Zoos Online Worldwide: In this Man and Mollusc section, I am trying to place only zoo pages that have educational value and / or interactive sections. There are many, many great zoos in the world and on the WWW. However, a lot are just sites telling you about that particular zoo. To locate these zoos, go to my Miscellaneous section and visit some of the many links pages that I have provided there.

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Through the Zoo Conservation Outreach Group (ZCOG), our zoo, plus man others, aidein the conservation efforts of Central and south american zoos by providing
How you live, what you do, what you buy does make a difference. Conservation is defined as the wise use and protection of our natural resources - plants, animals, or minerals. Our plants and animals that live in the wild are vital in many ways to man's existence - our food supplies, our health, and the quality of our lives. It is important to conserve habitats and entire ecosystems, as well as single species. Development that seems good for us is not always good for the millions of species of plants and animals that also inhabit the planet. As natural habitats around the world are destroyed, species become homeless and eventually disappear. It does not mean that we must stop logging, farming, or hunting, or using our natural resources. But, it does mean that we must do these things with careful planning. Accredited zoos and aquariums view education as a primary commitment to the future of wildlife conservation. Everyone must learn that each animal has its own spot in the complex web of ecology and that to remove or damage one portion of that web may weaken the entire structure. Each species is unique and by destroying even one plant or animal, many other species may be affected. Because of their commitment to captive propagation of endangered species, zoos and aquariums accredited by the American Zoo and Aquarium Association are the last refuge many animals have against extinction. Collectively, zoos and aquariums are the largest conservation education organization in the world, and professionals feel that preserving ecosystems should be a priority in wildlife conservation.

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    Find out about this Georgetown zoo, see how many are on staff, and how many species are in their care.
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    Look up some information on this Venezuela zoo inlcuding number of species and how many birds specimen are under their care.
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    8. Animal Protection Institute - "Opinionatedly Yours"
    You don't often see them in North american zoos. When I was in Sacramento last spring there were The Chiloe is the south american version of our native wigeon, but

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    10. Texas Zoos - All Info About Texas Zoos
    the El Paso Zoo is home to approximately 600 animals representing more than 250 species.Habitats include the Reptile House, south american Pavilion, Americas
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    Rudi the orangutan is one of six orangutans at the Houston Zoo. Zoos are one of the best places for families to spend a day. Children, especially, are captivated by animals, particularly animals that are unusual to them. But zoos have a wonderful effect on adults, too. Texas' biggest cities are home to some of the best zoos in the U.S. But there are also some great zoos in a few Texas cities where you wouldn't necessarily expect to find them. Here is our rundown of the best zoos in Texas: Fort Worth Zoo
    The Fort Worth Zoo houses 435 species of animals, including 35 endangered species. It is the only zoo in the U.S. to house representatives of all four Great Ape species — gorillas, orangutans, bonobos and chimpanzees; and the only zoo in Texas with pygmy chimps. This zoo has one of the largest reptile collections in the U.S., and is also one of only five zoos in the world to display three of the five rhino species in captivity: black, white and one-horned Asian rhinos. Info: (817) 759-7555. Dallas Zoo
    The Dallas Zoo's nearly 100 acres, in the Oak Cliff section of Dallas, are home to around 8,000 animals. It's the oldest zoo in Texas, founded in 1888. The park's six habitats can be toured by monorail via the Monorail Safari, a one-mile tour lasting about 25 minutes. The Dallas Zoo is a participant in the national Species Survival Plans for 37 species, including gorillas, tigers, chimps, lemurs, okapis and Bali mynahs. Info: (214) 670-5656.

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    Starbucks Starts South American Push Mail this story to a friend Printer friendly version PERU: August 20, 2003
    LIMA - U.S. coffee chain Starbucks Coffee Company SBUX.O began its push into South America on Tuesday with a store in Peru and a new Peruvian-brand of coffee it said would help farmers in a nation where coffee output is expected to fall by a fifth this year.
    Starbucks, whose green-and-white logo and 6,500 stores are a fixture on street corners around the globe, is also due to open its doors in Santiago, Chile, this week. The company already has stores in Mexico and Puerto Rico. Peru is South America's third-biggest coffee producer, but sector officials see output falling by at least 20 percent this year because of lower rainfall and plant disease.

    12. American Zoo And Aquarium Association
    For Everyone. AZA zoos Aquariums. AZA Commercial Members The newest addition to the zoo is the south american Tropical Rain Forest Exhibit

    13. Zoological Fauna - South American Zoological Supply Inc.
    south american Zoological Supply Inc. Helping zoos and other institutions with native fauna for scientific, educational and research purposes. be happy to hear from you and to provide you with any information you may need. south american Zoological Supply Inc

    14. Animal Bytes: Puma (Mountain Lion, Cougar)
    Cougar seems to have come from an old south american Indian word, cuguacuarana,which In zoos, pumas are fed ground meat, large bones, and sometimes parts of
    Search PUMA (Mountain Lion, Cougar) Quick Facts Photo Bytes Class: Mammalia (Mammals)
    Order: Carnivora
    Family: Felidae
    Genus: Felis
    Species: concolor
    Height at shoulder:
    1.9 to 2.3 feet (60 to 70 centimeters)
    Life span:
    up to 20 years
    Gestation: 3 months
    Number of young at birth: 1 to 6, usually 3 or 4 Size at birth: 8 to 15 ounces (227 to 425 grams) Age of maturity: 2 to 3 years Conservation status: common in many areas, although some subspecies are vulnerable or endangered Fun Facts Even though we hear it a lot in movies and on TV, pumas don’t make that "wild cat scream" very often. More common vocalizations are whistles, squeaks, growls, purrs, hisses, and yowls. Some pumas eat porcupines, quills and all, apparently without any harm! Listen to a puma! Range: western Canada, western United States and Florida, Central America, South America Habitat: forests, swamps, and grasslands

    15. Bronx Zoo Hispanic Heritage Weekend, Sept. 20-21
    home to tamarins, marmosets, and other small primates from Central and south american. animalsare part of a successful program among accredited zoos that has

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    Bronx Zoo Hispanic Heritage Weekend, Sept. 20-21
    The Bronx Zoo comes alive with salsa sounds during Hispanic Heritage Weekend sponsored by EPPA Service Corp. on Saturday and Sunday, September 20 and 21. Visitors can learn about some of the many magnificent animals native to the New World nations while enjoying salsa music performed by Conjunto Nuestro, animal-themed crafts, face-painting and storytelling. Event activities take place from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and are free with general admission to the park. As a special benefit, discounted Bronx Zoo tickets good for two free children's general admissions with the purchase of one adult general admission are available at participating Pathmark, Key Food, White Rose, Foodtown, and Krasdale / C-Town grocery stores. Tickets are only valid during Hispanic Heritage Weekend The celebration continues as the Zoo hosts a special autograph-signing session from 2:00 pm until 5:00 pm at the Dancing Crane Plaza with appearance by former New York baseball greats Luis Tiant on Saturday, September 20th, and Feliz Millan on Sunday, September 21st. Hispanic Heritage Weekend focuses on Bronx Zoo animals by visiting some of the popular exhibits featuring Latin American wildlife including: Monkey House is home to tamarins, marmosets, and other small primates from Central and South American. One of the world's smallest and most beautiful monkeys, the endangered golden lion tamarin from Brazil, is also one of the rarest with only about 1,000 left in the wild. These animals are part of a successful program among accredited zoos that has resulted in returning zoo-bred animals to the wild. With the Geoffroy's tamarin, child-rearing is a group effort - with all family members taking turns carrying and feeding the young. These monkeys are native to Columbia and Costa Rica.

    16. Brookfield Zoo | Field Guide - Humboldt Penguin
    Coast, which recreates the west coast of south America, is home to are cooperativebreeding, education, and conservation programs between North american zoos. pen

    17. Brookfield Zoo | Field Guide - Andean Condor
    Formerly over the entire western coast of south America from Venezuela in cooperativebreeding, education, and conservation programs among North american zoos. condo

    18. CNN - Travel: Destination - 8 Great American Zoos
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    (CNN) Where else could you stroll through a Mayan jungle, a South American rainforest, and an African savannah ... without ever leaving the United States? Why, a zoo of course. We've selected a handful from across the country, just to give a taste of the wonders that can be found within the gates of America's animal parks. They range from Philadelphia to San Diego, from the specialized Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum to the broad Columbus Zoo. Put on a safari hat and step inside.... Get 360-degree views of Zoo Atlanta in our special photo gallery SEARCH
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    19. The Montgomery Zoo
    you can see many of the favorite exhibits, as well as the zoos lake which The aviaryhouses a variety of birds that are native to the south american Tropics.
    The Montgomery Zoo is a wonderful place to visit- alone or with your family. See over 700 animals from 5 different continents, all housed in natural, "barrier free" habitats. The zoo spans over 40 beautifully landscaped acres, offering you a magnificent view of exotic wildlife and endangered species. By leisurely stroll, or with a ride on the miniature train, the zoo is a sight to see! Eat lunch with the giraffes! Share your ice cream with a bison! Our Overlook Cafe is surrounded by animals, offering a view unique to the zoo. Take a ride on the miniature train and enjoy a journey through the zoo. From the train you can see many of the favorite exhibits, as well as the zoos lake which is inhabited by a variety of birds and water fowl. Take a stroll through the flight free aviary. The aviary offers the birds the freedom to fly and roam, allowing you a more intimate look. The aviary houses a variety of birds that are native to the South American Tropics. The colors and diversity will completely amaze you! The reptile house is home to some of the world's most venomous snakes. All are nested in natural settings, offering an up close and personal view, from a safe distance.

    20. The Tapir Gallery - Focus On The Lowland Tapir
    The Piaroas Indians of south America do not kill the tapir Group) of the AZA The AZA(american Zoo and Aquarium a total of 90 animals kept in zoos belonging to
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    lowland tapir
    Inhabiting a paradise in peril
    The lowland, Brazilian, or South American tapir ( Tapirus terrestris ) is indigenous to most of the rainforested areas of South America. While there are more of this species left than of the Baird's, mountain and Malayan tapirs, the rainforests are suffering at the hands of humanity, and the tapirs are disappearing along with the rainforest. In addition, tapirs are often hunted, a pressure they cannot withstand for long.
    Tapirs figure in myths, legends, and religious beliefs of indigenous people. The Piaroas Indians of South America do not kill the tapir ( Tapirus terrestris ) because they believe tapirs to be "a sacred animal in which their ancestors are reincarnated." Source: Edgardo Mondolfi, "La Danta o Tapir," Defensa Nat.
    Links below marked with an (orange arrow) indicate that the page is about or specifically includes lowland (or Brazilian) tapirs. Other links may contain general information, or information about a habitat area that includes lowland tapirs, but where the species is not mentioned.
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