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Uploaded on May 17, 2010

**Version with Spanish subtitles available:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XaPC4...

Humanity relies on nature - and time is running out for many species. The accumulated knowledge of zoos and aquariums is crucial in the fight to save biodiversity. EAZA members are at the forefront of wildlife conservation.

This film, produced to mark International Year of Biodiversity 2010, explores some of the links between zoos and field conservation projects.

EAZA is the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria, linking and representing more than 300 institutions across Europe and beyond. To find your local EAZA member visit: www.eaza.net

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The video features interviews with the following people:

Bengt Holst - Director of Research and Conservation at Copenhagen Zoo, Denmark
Patrícia Medici - Coordinator, Lowland Tapir Conservation Initiative, Brazil
Stewart Muir - Director, Newquay Zoo, UK
Nguyen Van Thai - Program Officer, Carnivore and Pangolin Conservation Program, Vietnam
Dr Christoph Schwitzer - Head of Research, Bristol Zoo Gardens, UK; and Executive Secretary, The Lemur Conservation Association (AEECL)

Production Team:
Director/Producer: Paul King
Director of Photography: Mark Verkerk
Editor: Natassia Wijdeveld
2nd Unit Camera: Paul Woodd-Walker
2nd Unit Production: Rebecca Harris
Production: Esther Hertog
Graphic Design: Robert Doets
Production Assistant: Suzanne Schreve

Music composed and performed by Steven de Geus

Special thanks to MacGyver Post Production Amsterdam

This production was made possible through the generous cooperation of:
AEECL The Lemur Conservation Association, France
Bristol Zoo Gardens, UK
Carnivore and Pangolin Conservation Program, Vietnam
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, Jersey
Lowland Tapir Conservation Initiative, Brazil
Natura Artis Magistra, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Newquay Zoo, UK
ZSL London Zoo, UK

Staff of the EAZA Executive Office, Amsterdam

Additional stock footage used with permission:
Dancing Star Foundation
Patrícia Medici
WWF Greater Mekong and Traffic Production
Wildlifelines Foundation

© 2010 EAZA / paulkingfilms.com

http://www.aeecl.org/
http://www.tapirconservation.org.br/

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