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On 31 July 1993, after nearly 4 years of design and construction, Oklahoma City Zoological Park opened Great EscApe, a state‐of‐the‐art exhibit for the maintenance and conservation of three species of great ape: Western lowland gorilla Gorilla gorilla gorilla, Sumatran orang‐utan Pongo pygmaeus...
In 1988 Brookfield Zoo successfully reintroduced a 5 month‐old, hand‐reared Sumatran orangutan Pongo pygmaeus abelii to its mother. This paper documents the hand‐rearing procedures and training techniques used to facilitate supplemental feeding in what is believed to be the earliest documented...
The Kinkajou Potos flavus (Carnivora: Procyonidae) is a nocturnal, arboreal species that feeds opportunistically, mostly on fruits and insects. The implications for the management of these aspects of the ecology of P. flavus in captivity have received little attention in the literature. Captive...
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