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Natural is in!

 

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Natural is in! If you’ve visited a zoo, you’ll know that most zoos are organised with one species in one area and another in a different area. But now, zoos have begun to create landscapes resembling the natural habitats of the captive animals, thus grouping them together in a way in which they would normally interact in the wild. This has been done because studies have shown that those visiting the zoos feel better after seeing them in their natural settings.
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