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May 5, 2016

Durrell's Professor Carl Jones wins prestigious conservation prize


Durrell's Professor Carl Jones is this year's winner of the world’s leading award for animal conservation, the Indianapolis Prize. Professor Jones has been recognised for bringing back at least nine species from the brink of extinction - work made possible through the implementation of hands-on animal husbandry techniques developed in contemporary zoological institutions.



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