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Zoo welfare for animals in Thailand

Thailand has a huge range of captive wild animal facilities, probably best known for those housing elephants, where everything from circus-style performances to sanctuary-type opportunities...
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Zoo animal welfare in Vietnam

In Vietnam, a lack of government regulation, experience and skills has resulted in some poorly managed facilities across the country. As the number of zoos...
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Wild Welfare Indonesia

Criticism of Indonesian zoos is high, with frequent circulation within the media and social media of facilities that are listed as some of the worst...
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Partner For Animals: Wild Welfare’s Partnership Programme

Wild Welfare recognises that zoos, aquariums and sanctuaries can play an integral role in all our lives, with the power to shape the way we...
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Japan Bear Parks

Japan’s bear parks began as centres to care for orphaned (as a result of hunting and habitat encroachment) bear cubs. The centres soon found the...
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Animal welfare in Southeast Asian zoos

Wild Welfare is helping implement a welfare certification programme (alongside the Southeast Asian Zoos and Aquariums Association), that will improve care and welfare for animals...
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Animal welfare in Japan

Recent estimates put the number of zoos and aquariums in Japan at more than 3,000. This huge number of facilities, coupled with the fact that...
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Animal Welfare in Brazilian zoos

Brazil’s more than 120 zoos and aquariums, together hold around 50,000 animals. Although biologically diverse, unfortunately, many Brazilian zoos are of poor quality. Wild Welfare’s...
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