Wild animals in captivity

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Dover Publications, 1964 - Science - 207 pages
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Drawing from his observations at zoological gardens, the author reports on the problems of animals held in captivity and explores their relationship with man

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Review: Wild Animals in Captivity: An Outline of the Biology of Zoological Gardens

User Review  - Heather Browning - Goodreads

Hediger was one of the first to argue for the use of biology in the husbandry of zoo animals, and for this reason is worth reading. Although some of the science he uses in this book has been ... Read full review

Review: Wild Animals in Captivity: An Outline of the Biology of Zoological Gardens

User Review  - Laura - Goodreads

Hediger is cited by virtually every book on zoos and exotic animal care, so I figured it was about time to start reading some of this original groundbreaking work. I didn't expect much applicable from ... Read full review

Contents

FOREWORD
TERRITORIAL REQUIREMENTS IN THE WILD
SOCIOLOGICAL FACTORS IN THE WILD STATE
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