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    Zoologicals in CT

    Posted on December 27, 2012 • News • 0 Comments

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    "Based in Greenwich, LEO Zoological Conservation Center (leozoo.org) is a nonprofit refuge for endangered animals. The conservation center features a host of animals, such as squirrel monkeys, plains zebras, orangutans and cheetahs."

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    Rescue Dog Nurses Baby Foxes

    Posted on December 27, 2012 • News • 0 Comments

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    Nature doesn't always follow the rules - in a most unlikely pairing of animals, an American foxhound rescue dog named Mama nursed four North African fennec foxes for five weeks here at LEO ZCC

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    Aspiring Veterinarians Get Wild

    Posted on December 27, 2012 • News • 0 Comments

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    "The program, which began five years ago, is a collaboration between the university's department of biology and the zoological center at the non-profit zoo and breeding center. It focuses on conservation and education, giving student interns the chance for one-on-one interaction with such rare and endangered species as orangutans, cheetahs, gibbons, tapirs, Bactrian camels,...

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    Interns at LEO Zoological Conservation Center

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    Interns at the LEO Zoological Conservation Center, Alyssa Ericson, 20, of New Canaan, a junior at College of Charleston, S.C, and Emily Manriquez, 24, of Greenwich, studying at the College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University, N.Y, hold baby animals from the private zoo on Thursday, July 7, 2011. Ericson holds Violet, an one-year-old...

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    Zoo Partnership Creates Unique Opportunity

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    "Through a special collaboration between Sacred Heart University's Department of Biology and the Zoological Center at Lionshare Farm in Greenwich, CT, SHU students considering careers in veterinary medicine are gaining hands-on experience with exotic animals."

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