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Nenagh-eye...World.Citizens. Jan 17
Here you go! This is a idea of ! The notion of as is on so many levels.. time has come to
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oldtorontozoo 22m
1982 photo of an iguana at the Toronto Zoo (City of Toronto Archives) Did you know that iguanas can grow between 5 and 6 feet long!?
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Jérôme Greff Ⓥ Jan 17
Zoos that use animals as a source of entertainment try hard to keep cruelty hidden beneath the surface. They want the crowd to be dazzled without thinking too deeply about how or why the animals are acting a certain way. Zoos which exploit animals can never be ethical.
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oldtorontozoo Jan 18
That’s some refreshing water! Perky the Hippo gets a cold drink of water from her keeper as she wallows in her pond at the Toronto Zoo in 1980 (Toronto Star Archives)
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zoos.media 12h
An amazing & important thread about modern and by . : 🦓
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Belinda Jan 16
Global animal enrichment survey looking at the barriers to enrichment use in zoos. Survey open to all zoo staff, not just keepers. Languages: English, Spanish, German, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Italian and French! survey-
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ⓋWillowⓋ Jan 16
Replying to @2_Unkn0wn4u
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WAPCA Jan 18
Green monkeys (Chlorocebus sabaeus) are found across several West countries and were introduced into some Islands in 17th century and are close relations of vervet monkeys. Visitors can see green at and in
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Anne Barbano 4m
photographer Joel Sartore is on a mission to take pictures of every animal in around the world. His goal is to draw attention to them and ignite efforts. reports on tonight’s rebroadcast.
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oldtorontozoo Jan 11
Beavers and white rhinoceroses eye each other at the Metro Toronto zoo in this 1986 photo. 3,000 Beavers aged 5 to 7 - marked the largest Beaveree ever held in Toronto (Toronto Star Archives)
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Animal Justice Jan 15
It’s heartbreaking that death is the only way to escape 💔
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Will Richard Jan 18
Beautifully argued - why we need GOOD . Much like hospitals they wouldn't exist in an ideal world... but current state of#biodiversity far from ideal! Any zoo doubters, it's worth 17 minutes of your time.
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TravelFit365 Jan 18
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@BC_Dog_Lover Jan 15
Belgium comes to terms with 'human ' of its colonial past 1958 exhibit - a “typical” village was set up, where the Congolese spent their days carrying out their crafts by straw huts while they were mocked by white men & women who stood at the edge.
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Barbara J King Jan 18
Yes, of course "death with dignity" is a goal with end-of-life in . But when a zoo keeps seven elephants captive, isn't another question, do these have LIFE with dignity?
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oldtorontozoo Jan 16
Beautiful zebra and her baby in this 1984 picture at the Metro Toronto Zoo (Toronto Star Archives)
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CorporateDispatch Jan 18
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oldtorontozoo Jan 14
Raccoons at Toronto Metro Zoo looking splendid in their summer coats with zookeeper Oliver Claffey in 1977 (Toronto Star Archives)
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oldtorontozoo Jan 12
Replying to @oldtorontozoo
Zookeeper Lee Perenach and Dr. Bill Rapley about to remove Charles cast in 1978. Charles, a silverback gorilla has held his post as “King of the Jungle” since the Toronto Zoo opened in 1974 (Toronto Star archives)
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Mupparooni 🌹 21h
This orangutan lost her baby and behind a glass and in confinement she sadly looks back at a galking, insensitive human. # animalcruelty 💔
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