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Click on a species below to download simple, informative advice on their care in captivity.

Information provided is for guidance only and if there is concern for an animal’s health, a veterinary professional should be consulted.

 

Care For Us – Asian Elephant

The Asian elephant is found in isolated populations around the world in 13 tropical Asian countries. They inhabit a variety...
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Care For Us – Reticulated Python

Reticulated pythons are found throughout Southeast Asia, in Indonesia, New Guinea, and the Philippines, and vary in size and colouration...
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Bear in a pool of water in a zoo, holding its leg up, Image © Ryan Grewell on Unsplash 

Care For Us – Brown Bear

The brown bear is the most widely distributed bear in the world and can be found living in the forests...
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Care For Us – Common Ostrich

Ostriches live throughout Africa’s semi-arid plains and woodlands and the Common Ostrich is one of two living species of these...
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Care For Us – Octopus

The octopus is a soft-bodied, eight-armed (or tentacle) mollusc of the order Octopoda. There are hundreds of species of octopus...
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Care For Us – African Spurred Tortoise

The African spurred tortoise is also sometimes called the Sulcata tortoise, taken from the Latin word sulcus meaning ‘furrow’ and...
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Care For Us – Chimpanzees

The genus Pan is composed of two species: Pan paniscus (the bonobo) and Pan troglodytes (the common chimpanzee). Chimpanzees were...
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Care For Us – Binturong

The binturong, also known as the bearcat, belongs to the Viverridae family, an ancient group of small to medium-sized mammals...
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artic wolf 

Care For Us – Arctic Wolf

The Arctic wolf is a subspecies of the gray wolf. They are found along the northern edge of the North...
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Care For Us – Tigers

The tiger, Panthera tigris, is the largest member of the cat family. The tiger is listed as endangered on the IUCN...
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Care For Us – Polar Bear

There are estimated to be between 22,000 and 31,000 polar bears worldwide. They live in the circumpolar north, and are...
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Care For Us – Sun Bear

The sun bear is found in the tropical forest habitats of Southeast Asia. They are the smallest of all the...
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Blue and Yellow macaw, Image © Andrew Pons on Unsplash 

Care For Us – Blue-and-yellow macaw

The blue-and-yellow macaw is a large parrot found in South America. They have beautiful blue and yellow (sometimes described as...
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Care For Us – Macaques

Macaques are within the genus of Old World Monkeys and there are 23 different species of macaques around the world....
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From conducting welfare assessments in zoos and delivering hands-on training with zoo staff to developing educational materials, addressing legislation gaps in wild animal welfare governance and carrying out research, our work is varied and vast, but is absolutely focussed on improving welfare for wild animals living in captivity around the world.
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