captive breeding programs

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  • The pet trade is a potential aid to the preservation of this species through captive breeding programs.
  • Little is known about the life of this animal, but the West Virginia captive breeding program and past survey efforts have provided some information.
  • There are many captive breeding programs in Europe, for hunting and meat, including Poland.
  • In addition to better protection of the remaining populations and their habitat, it has been suggested that a captive breeding program may help save the species.
  • Today there are approximately 12 deer living within the reserve as part of a captive breeding program.
  • Lord Morton tried to save the animal from extinction by starting a captive breeding program.
  • Despite the recent successes in Cincinnati, the captive-breeding program has remained controversial.
  • Conservationists realized that a captive breeding program would be necessary to preserve the species.
  • It is subject to several captive breeding programs.
  • It is one of the few places in the world where emperor penguins are kept in captivity, including a successful captive breeding program.
  • It also has captive breeding programs for animals, and endemic plant nurseries.
  • Most belugas found in aquaria are caught in the wild, as captive-breeding programs have not had much success so far.
  • However, it is well-established in captive breeding programs in zoos in the United States and Europe.
  • However, experienced aviculturalists may become affiliated with the captive-breeding program, allowing them to legally keep this species.
  • With three larger breeding facilities and four smaller groups of birds involved in the captive breeding program, it is hoped the captive population will increase quickly.
  • Actions include habitat and population surveys, community awareness raising and a captive-breeding program.
  • Since then, the garden's captive breeding program has expanded to include other endangered wildlife unique to the Philippines.
  • Captive breeding programs have been instituted in several countries.
  • The recovery plan also included a captive breeding program, which produced its first chick in 2003.
  • In fact, the captive-breeding program for gharial is one of the two such successful wildlife conservation programs in the country.
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