Recent Examples of zoological from the Web
The natural history curator, whose specialty was birds, had been curious about the natural world since childhood, and her fascination prepared her to make one of the greatest zoological discoveries of the early twentieth century.
In 1997, he was transferred to Zoo Atlanta, which boasts spacious primate habitats and the country’s largest population of zoological orangutans.
Along with Choomba, Ozzie and the late Willie B., Shamba was one of the earliest members of what is today one of the largest zoological populations of western lowland gorillas in North America, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.
Zoological, fascinating and occasionally alarming, encourages engagement, but the underlying note is one of caution.
The poll released this week started with 20 nominees chosen by family travel and zoological park experts and was pared down to 10 in a four-week popular vote.
Zoological Society of Milwaukee: Conservation Education department offers environmental education classes for children and families.
The zoological center is situated on the Leone’s 100-acre equestrian facility in Greenwich called Lionshare Farm.
The team studied four immature orangutans that were shot in the wild and their bones housed in zoological museums.
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