Special challenges of maintaining wild animals in captivity in North America.

  title={Special challenges of maintaining wild animals in captivity in North America.},
  author={Richard C. Cambre and W W Buick},
  journal={Revue scientifique et technique},
  volume={15 1},
The maintenance of wild animals in captivity in North America is regulated by a number of different laws and government agencies in each country. Member institutions of zoo and aquarium associations in Canada, the United States of America and Mexico experience an extra tier of regulation in the form of industry standards, which are sometimes stricter than those imposed by government. Climate, natural disasters and harmful pest species all contribute to the challenge of keeping animals in… Expand
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