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The HCT - captive breeding and re-introductions
Captive Breeding and Release Why Captive Breeding? In the ideal world there would be ample habitat for animals to spread naturally ... of these alternative means is captive breeding. Adequate numbers of animals can be produced to start new populations without imposing significant pressures on existing populations. Successful breeding programmes have been ...
www.herpconstrust.org.uk


Captive breeding of pandas
Captive breeding of pandas Captive Breeding Giant pandas usually range over a large area, covering distance of more than a kilometer every day, but captive-bred giant pandas and as cubs often adapt well ... Chinese government set up some special research centers to improve the captive breeding, such as Wolong Research Center and a panda breeding facility near Chengdu, one much large than the one in ...
cnd.org


Red Squirrel Captive Breeding and Collections
Cornwall. The Wildwood Centre - A red squirrel collection, captive breeding and zoological exhibit in Kent. Banham Zoo - A red squirrel collection, captive breeding and exhibit in Norfolk. Kelling Heath Holiday Experience - A captive ...
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Captive breeding 'weakens' beasts
Captive breeding 'weakens' beasts Captive breeding 'weakens' beasts 8 October, 2007 HOME Captive breeding 'weakens' beasts By Richard Black Environment correspondent, BBC News website Animals bred in ... Writing in the journal Science, they say the use of captive breeding needs careful re-consideration. For some animals, such as amphibians, captive breeding is being used more and more as wild habitats ...
indianjungles.com


Captive Breeding Center for Guina funded by FCF Conservation Grant
Captive Breeding Center for Guina funded by FCF Conservation Grant Organization Home Page About UsUpcoming EventsContact UsSupport ... orphaned guiņa have been sent to the facility for captive rearing. The facility has the necessary government licenses to embark on a captive breeding program. With the international support of FCF funding, federation ...
felineconservation.org


Scottish Wildcat Association, captive breeding program, studbook information and wildlife parks
The Scottish Wildcat (felis sylvestris grampia) Description | Conservation | History | Breeding program | Identification Breeding program Captive breeding ...
scottishwildcats.co.uk


Breeding Basics
Females should have a generous amount of rest (a month or more) after the young are separated from her before breeding again. Breeding is stressful and a ... just to take care in not breeding animals with bad traits or health problems. Preparing The Cage For Breeding Because short-tailed opossums are solitary, the breeding pair is housed separately except ...
knowyoursto.com


Releasing Captive Tigers
Captive-Bred Species | 2 & 3: Issues Specific To The Tiger | 4 to 9: Xiongsheng Bear & Tiger Entertainment City | 10&11: Tiger Moon Sanctuary Releasing captive-bred species: The goal of captive breeding ... cats, lions have also occasionally made the transition from captive to wild life. But tigers present various special difficulties and a captive-bred tiger release, with any degree of success, ...
www.lairweb.org.nz


De Wildt Cheetah and Wildlife Trust, North West Province, South Africa
Province, South Africa Breeding The De Wildt Cheetah and Wildlife Trust has received world-wide acclaim for the success of its cheetah and wild dog captive-breeding programmes. Unique management techniques ... is maintained. What happens to the cheetahs after breeding? Generally they are exported, to game parks and zoos, mainly because captive-born animals adapt better to transportation and zoo ...
www.dewildt.org.za



It is imperative to consider the ethics and educational value of breeding dolphins in captivity. Some dolphins have been confined within the same barren walls of a ...
dolphinproject.org




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