Publicado en kcrw.com el 25.10.2021. | Por: Kathryn Barnes What can be done about the decline in insect populations? At San Diego Zoo, a fertility clinic has been set up to save endangered butterfly species from extinction. » to the full article
Published on 10news.com the 23.12.2020. | By: Jeff Lasky Nothing less than survival is at stake for the northern white rhinoceros. San Diego Zoo wants to ensure it and is making good progress. » to the full article
Published on inparkmagazine.com the 04.09.2020. | By: Joe Kleiman The first cloned Przewalski horse comes from DNA that has been preserved at San Diego Zoo for 40 years and marks a great success for conservation.
Published on zoospensefull.com the 15.06.2020. | By: Nicki Boyd Animals can also be trained for an emergency. San Diego Zoo is now training emergency recall behaviours with its dangerous animals, to ensure they are under control during an emergency. » to the full article
Published on latimes.com the 07.08.2019. | By: Susan King The article explores the question, of whether the cooperation between San Diego Zoo and the TV channel Animal Planet could fix the image problem of zoos. » more
Published on sandiegouniontribune.com the 09.04.2019. | By: Bradley J. Fikes The infertility of rhinoceros poses a big problem for those trying to save them from extinction. San Diego Zoo has now found a cause for the infertility and a treatment. » more
Published on the YouTube channel Wildlife Stories the 09.04.2014. Zoos are important actors when it comes to the conservation of species and nature. In this video, San Diego Zoo, Oregon Zoo and Phoenix Zoo present some of their projects. » more
Published on linkedin.com the 02.10.2021. | By: Paul Baribault Conservation without zoos and aquariums? Impossible! Why? The President and CEO of the San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance explains this in a clear and understandable way. » to the full article
Published on telebasel.ch the 16.06.2020. A success that would not have been possible without zoos: Diego the giant tortoise returns to his ancestral home after having made a great contribution to the conservation breeding of his species.