by Terry Shannon and Charles Payzant
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Illustrated with photographs.
All across America as well as in many other parts of the world there's a new look in zoos. In increasing numbers barred cages and cement enclosures are giving way to wild animal parks and wildlife sanctuaries where lions and tigers, elephants and elands, zebras and antelopes, kangaroos and wallabies, gorillas, bears, rhinos, and a host of other creatures live in virtually the same ways as they do in their native habitats.
Written in 1971, much of the issues discussed are still very relevant today. This book is a beginning research source for how zoos have changed as well as remained the same from 1971 in the USA to present day.
hardback, 80 pages
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