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Research in Dublin Zoo

Dublin Zoo focuses on research which has a direct benefit to the animals in the Zoo (e.g. improves husbandry), to the species in general (e.g. has a conservation value) or to the operations of Dublin Zoo (e.g. visitor studies).

Research is conducted in various guises, from Dublin Zoo team studies, Dublin Zoo volunteer studies, third level student projects, to multi-zoo studies. Dublin Zoo is also engaged in horticultural research through its own horticultural team.

 

International Conservation

Dublin Zoo works with zoos and organisations worldwide on conservation projects. This includes the EAZA Ape Campaign.

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Irish Wildlife Conservation

Dublin Zoo supports important conservation initiatives in Ireland.

Irish conservation initiatives

School Programmes

Special programmes available for pre-school, primary, secondary, and third level education

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