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Barbary macaques outplaced in Helsinki Zoo, Finland
Barbary macaques outplaced in Helsinki Zoo, Finland

This information is meant for those curators and animal managers of zoos, permanent care sanctuaries, safari parks, and wildlife parks that are searching for a responsible way to manage their animal collections. Safe. Sympathetic. Professional.

For our animals, after recovery at AAP Almere (NL) or Primadomus Villena (ES), outplacement is of utmost importance to ensure a permanent home which provides safe conditions to experience animal life as it should be.

Offering a home for rescued animals can have many benefits. It is not only about the emotional desire to care for those in need and to spread respect for animals and their natural environment world wide. It is also about business: attraction value, visitor numbers. Biologically speaking, their genetics could be valuable.

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Meet your colleagues

Discover why these zoo professionals chose to welcome rescued animals from AAP:

GaiaZOO

TjerkCurator Tjerk ter Meulen: "Genetically, it is a win-win situation."

Odsherreds Zoo

JoanOwner Joan Thygesen: "We must all take responsibility and act."

 

Karpin Abentura

pedroEducator Pedro Abad: "They are individuals with stories that need to be told."

Rotterdam Zoo

MarcCEO Marc Damen: "Cranes like flowers in a vase? Not attractive!"

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