Conservation plan tipped to rescue London's Zoo

Hamer, Mick
June 1991
New Scientist;6/29/91, Vol. 130 Issue 1775, p17
Reports on the plan of London Zoo to turn its Regent's Park site into a conservation center in England. Financial problems of the zoo; Role of the zoo together with the Natural History Museum and Sea Mammal Research Unit in Cambridge in performing the autopsy on dead dolphins that has been washed up on the coast of Great Britain; Cause of death of the dolphins; Involvement of the zoo in investigating the bacterial disease necrobacillus which killed hoofed animals.


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