Management guidelines for the welfare of zoo animals - GIRAFFE.
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Abstract: Management guidelines for the welfare of zoo animals - GIRAFFE. Keywords: Giraffe, Captive management, Diet, Exhibit, Transport, Veterinary care, Nutrition, Training, Enrichment, Reproduction, Hand-Rearing,...
Author(s): A. Lee
Journal: The Federation of Zoological Gardens of Great Britain and Ireland
Page Numbers: 1-37
The Giraffe Husbandry Resource Manual
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Abstract: Giraffes have been kept in captive situations for hundreds of years. Nevertheless, it would be very difficult to describe a singular optimal situation for keeping giraffe, outside of their natural environment....
Author(s): Amy Burgess
Journal: The Association of Zoos and Aquariums, Antelope/Giraffe Taxon Advisory Group
Page Numbers: 1-187
Giraffe Husbandry Manual
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Abstract: Husbandry manuals serve as a source of reference on the biology, maintenance, housing, health, behaviour, diet, breeding, restrain and transporting of animals held in captivity. They act as a major source...
Author(s): Lorraine Jolly
Journal: Australasian Society of Zoo Keeping
Page Numbers: 1-53
The Life of My Choice
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Abstract: Wilfred Thesiger is the last of the great British eccentric explorers, renowned for his travels through some of the most inaccessible places on earth. As a child in Abyssinia he watched the glorious armies...
Author(s): Wilfred Thesiger
Journal: The Life of My Choice
Page Numbers: 62-63, 212-13, 264-5, 302-5
The Luangwa Valley Giraffe
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Abstract: Observations by the author on Giraffa camelopardalis thornicrofti between 1963 and 1969 are supplemented by other data. Its distribution in recent years has extended northwards as far as 11*50' South on...
Author(s): P.S.M. Berry
Journal: The Puku
Page Numbers: 71-92
Food habits of giraffe in Tsavo National Park, Kenya
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Abstract: In the context of a broader ecological investigation, food habits of giraffe were studied in Tsavo National Park (East). The only method employed was direct observation of feeding animals in the field....
Author(s): B.M. Leuthold & W. Leuthold
Journal: East African Wildlife Journal
Page Numbers: 129-141