Riveting Piece About NGS Photographer & Vanishing Species

http://cnn.org/2010/US/04/24/mears.sartore.qanda/index.html?hpt=C1 Both the New York Times & CNN seem to be reading the Zoo Peeps blog. I’m so flattered. I won’t distract you with my thoughts, but read my article on the re-branding of African wild dogs and other endangered species. The new field of conservation marketing and brand development is taking off. -JCS, ZKE

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Facebook, Social Butterflies, & Social Networking in Herds of the Exceptionally Rare Visayan Spotted Deer

{Source} Termites, gorillas, orca, and grey wolves are considered “social butterflies” according to one random website that surfaced on my browser. I was looking for a list of nature’s most social animals in the context of very fundamental sociobiological parameters. I must say that I was rather disappointed that this was top ranked web resource on the topic. I was not […]

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The Bear That Could Pace

I recently visited the Large Animal Clinical Science’s web page hosted by the  Western College of Veterinary Medicine (Canada). While scrolling down the page, a link to an applied ethology resource caught my attention.  Behavioral science resources are now more commonly made available for veterinary faculty and students, but often these resources are limited to […]

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