Published on eaza.net the 24.11.2021. Malicious media reports from the UK, which were also reproduced in other countries, had claimed that there were plans or even a practice of culling gorillas in zoos as part of conservation breeding programmes.
Published on the YouTube channel of the EAZA the 21.07.2021. Ex-situ breeding is undoubtedly a key part of comprehensive pygmy slow loris conservation. In this video, the EAZA informs about its programme to save the endangered species. » to the full video
Published on eaza.net the 15.04.2020. The European Zoo Association EAZA has made a clear statement on the alleged plans to cull animals during the COVID-19 pandemic, which were brought into play by the Neumünster Zoo. » more
Published on the EAZA’s YouTube channel the 19.09.2018. Many of you have probably heard from the EAZA‘s EEPs, but what are they really? In the video, the EAZA itself explains these ex situ conservation programmes. » more
Published on jzar.org am 30.04.2022. | By: María J. Duque-Correa, Rebecca Biddle, Stuart Patterson & Nicholas Masters Most jaguars in the EAZA Ex-situ Programme (EEP) die at a very high age, when they are already geriatric. They live up to 25 years.
Published on the Facebook page of the EAZA the 25.02.2022. Vietnam pheasants, which have been extinct in the wild since 2000, can now set out on their journey back to nature thanks to conservation breeding in zoos.
Published on the EAZA’s Facebook page the 14.12.2021. Skinks are fascinating animals, but in parts also very endangered. Zoos are committed to the research and preservation of skinks. » to the full contribution with video and link