Introduction to the BIAZA Research Conference 20th Anniversary Special Issue
Zoo-based research is buoyant at the moment. Twenty years ago the signs were already there of a growth in zoo science; new journals were starting to appear which included papers on zoo animals, and more zoo research was appearing in the established journals. Now, it is becoming a major undertaking just to keep up with advances in the zoo research world.
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