A veteran veterinarian shares his experiences amongst the animals of the nation's zoos, examining the evolution and development of animal exhibits and animal care and describing some of the hilarious and moving tales of zoo animals and people.buried in bunkers behind and beneath the exhibit facades, away from the sight and minds of the visitorsathe zoo they never see. ... The urbanization of America has disconnected many people from direct experiences with both wildlife and domestic livestock. ... well described by Dr. William Conway, the long-time director of the New York Bronx Zoo, whose favorite example was a common bullfrog exhibit.
|Title||:||Life at the Zoo|
|Author||:||Phillip T. Robinson|
|Publisher||:||Columbia University Press - 2007|