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Apr 5, 2012

Born Free Publish EU Zoo Inquiry

On Monday, April 1 the Born Free Foundation published the England report as part of their EU Zoo Inquiry.  

The report highlights how Born Free believes England's zoos are failing to meet expectations and looks at 11 BIAZA member zoos. While we believe most of the evidence in the report is unsubstantiated, we were delighted to see that one of the recommendations was for all zoos to join BIAZA.

Click here to read the full report

Click here for notes on the report from BIAZA

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