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Optimal Wellbeing of Ageing Wild Animals in Human Care consolidates best practices for supporting and assessing optimal ageing animal wellbeing. It describes practical and science-informed approaches and philosophies regarding the care of ageing wild animals in zoos, aquariums, sanctuaries, universities and laboratories in a single source. This is an invaluable reference for veterinarians, animal care professionals, animal welfare researchers and students, and anyone with an interest in caring for animals. 284 p.


Authors expertises affiliations

  • Sabrina Brando, Editor. Director of 'Animal Concepts', Teulada (Spain).
  • Sarah Chapman, Editor. Chapman Zoo Consultancy, Birmingham (UK).

  • Publication date (electronic format): 2023-12.

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