Published on inews.co.uk the 30.04.2021. | By: Dean Kirby British zoos and aquariums have lost around 200.000.000£ due to the government’s lockdown strategy. They are now forced to cut back on nature & species conservation. » to the full article
Published on bz-berlin.de the 12.03.2021. | By: Katja Colmenares The loss of millions of euros due to lockdown has already had its first personnel consequences, although the zoo is of course trying to curb the social impact as much as possible.
Published on butenunbinnen.de the 06.03.2021. | By: Kirsten Rademacher The pet hype caused by lockdown has taken on large dimensions: a great number of people bought animals. How positive is this? Dr. Alexandra Dörnath offers her assessment. » to the full video [available until the 6th March 2022]
Exclusively for zoos.media – 24.08.2020. Author: Philipp J. Kroiß The consequences of the tourism lockdown are becoming more and more obvious. This article looks to Kenya, where endangered animals are being hunted as a result of economic necessity.
Exclusively for zoos.media – 01.08.2020. Author: Philipp J. Kroiß The IUCN has found clear words: the survival of many species is at stake if zoos and aquariums are not supported better during lockdown.
Published on nzherald.co.nz the 01.03.2022. Since New Zealand’s tourism is not expected to recover from Covid-19 measures in the next couple of years, Rainbow Springs Nature Park – home to the national kiwi hatchery – will be closing.
Exclusively for zoos.media – 26.05.2021. Author: Philipp J. Kroiß Animals from the Dolfinarium in Harderwijk (Netherlands) will soon be transported to China; activists are criticising this – what should we make of it?
Published on zeit.de the 13.07.2021. Circuses are struggling to stay afloat during lockdown and, just like the circus Belly, are now offering zoo experiences wherever they happen to be. » to the article
Exclusively for zoos.media – 23.04.2021. Author: Philipp J. Kroiß This article comments on the ridiculous and unfounded attempt by the radical animal rights organisation PETA to use the coronavirus against zoos and aquariums.