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The International Zoo Yearbook.

The Zoological Society of London.

Band 1 für 1959, erschienen 1960

Herausgeber: Desmond Morris & Caroline Jarvis

  • Zuckerman, Solly: Introduction. S. V-VI.

Section I: Apes in captivity

  • Morris, Desmond & Caroline Jarvis: New Developments in the keeping of Great apes in captivity. Introduction. S. 1-2.
  • Lang, E[rnst] M[ichael]: The birth of a Gorilla at Basle Zoo. S. 3-7.
  • Bergh, W[alter] van den: The new Ape house at Antwerp Zoo. S. 7-11.
  • Hediger H[eini]: The new Ape house at Zurich Zoo. S. 12-14.
  • Klös, Heinz-Georg: The new Ape house at West Berlin Zoo. S. 14-15.
  • Koga, T.: The new Ape house at Tokyo Zoo. S. 15-16.
  • Bemmel, A[driaan] C[ornelis] V[alentin] van: Keeping Apes at Rotterdam Zoo. S. 16-18.
  • Mottershead, G[eorge] S[aul]: Experiments with a Chimpanzee colony at Chester Zoo. S. 18-20.
  • Morris, Desmond: The new Chimpanzee den at the London Zoo. S. 20-23.

Section II: New developments in the zoo world

  • Anonym: Filming at the London Zoo, Great Britain. S. 29-30.
  • Anonym: Rebuilding the London Zoo, Great Britain. S. 30-31.
  • Grzimek, B[ernhard]: The Exotarium at the Frankfurt Zoo, Germany. S. 31-33.
  • Yealland, J.J.: Nylon netting for aviaries at the London Zoo, Great Britain. S. 34.
  • Voss, G[ü]nter: The importance of labelling. S. 34-35.
  • Anonym: Waterfowl reference shelter at Edinburgh Zoo, Scotland. S. 35.
  • Anonym: "Talking" labels at San Francisco Zoo, U.S.A. S. 35.
  • Anonym: Bulletin boards at Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago, U.S.A. S. 35-36.
  • Anonym: Educational scheme at Staten Island Zoo, U.S.A. S. 36.
  • Anonym: Lectures for school children at the London Zoo, Great Britain. S. 37.
  • Veselovsky, Z[denek]: Young zoologists' club at the London Zoo. S. 37.
  • Veselovsky, Z[denek]: Pioneer youth group at Prague Zoo, Czechoslovakia. S. 37.
  • Anonym: Travelling natural history collection at the British Guiana Museum & Zoo. S. 38.
  • Heublin, Edna: Sea lion installation at San Diego Zoo, U.S.A. S. 38.
  • Anonym: Water bus at the London Zoo, Great Britain. S. 38.
  • Anonym: Electric hand dryers at Brookfield Zoo, [Chicago,] U.S.A. S. 38.
  • Bemmel, A[driaan] C[ornelis Valentin] van: The new Okapi house at the Rotterdam Zoo, The Netherlands. S. 38-39.
  • Tong, E[rnest] H[arold]: World register of Pere David's deer 1958-59. S. 39-41.
  • Anonym: Preservation of the Przewalski horse. S. 41-42.
  • Anonym: African mixed species exhibit at Albuquerque Zoo, U.S.A. S. 42.
  • Anonym: Nature area at the Detroit Zoo, U.S.A. S. 42-43.
  • Anonym: Mossy-throated bellbird at the Bronx Zoo, U.S.A. S. 43.
  • Anonym: Bongo antelope at Cleveland Zoo, U.S.A. S. 43.
  • Anonym: Giant pandas in captivity. S. 43.
  • Anonym: Hooded seal at Bremerhaven Zoo, Germany. S. 43-44.
  • Anonym: Leopons born at Koshien Zoo-Botanical Gardens[, Japan]. S. 44.
  • Thomas, Warren D.: Albino Wapiti at Lincoln Par, Oklahoma [City], U.S.A. S. 44.
  • Voss, G[ü]nter: Banana diet for American moose. S. 44.
  • Yealland, J.J.: Pellet food for birds at the London Zoo. S. 44.
  • Anonym: Horse meat substitute at the National Zoological Park, Washington[, U.S.A.] S. 44.
  • Harwood, C.G.: Crate design for air transport. S. 44-45.
  • Anonym: P[y]gmy hippopotamuses bred at Washington National Zoological Park, U.S.A. S. 45.
  • Wackernagel, H[ans]: Breeding Flamingos at Basle Zoo, Switzerland. S. 45-46.
  • Gray, Raymond F.: Hippopotamus milk analysis. S. 46.
  • Anonym: Lions bred at Arnhem Zoo, [The] Netherlands. S. 46.
  • Anonym: Use of hormones at Sofia Zoo, Bulgaria. S. 46.
  • Anonym: The Biological Research Institute of the Zoological Society of San Diego, U.S.A. S. 46-47.
  • Graham-Jones, O[liver]: The new animal hospital and quarantine station at the London Zoo. S. 47-50.
  • Anonym: Use of tranquilliser drugs for moving bears at John Balls Zoo, U.S.A. S. 50. (Sucostrin, Halatal)
  • Clifford, Donald H.: Drug research at St. Paul's Como Zoo, Minnesota[, U.S.A.] S. 51. (Promazine, Meperidine)
  • Anonym: Use of tranquilliser drugs at Lincoln Park Zoo, Oklahoma [City], U.S.A. S. 51. (Succiny[l]choline)
  • Anonym: Use of tranquilliser drugs at the Washington National Zoological Park[, U.S.A.]. S. 51. (Tri[laf]on)
  • Binkley, Kenneth L.: Use of tranquilliser on e Reticulated giraffe at Woodland Park Zoo, [Seattle,] U.S.A. S. 51-52.
  • Binkley, Kenneth L.: Treatment of skin disease in an Orang-Utan at Woodland Park Zoo, [Seattle,] U.S.A. S. 52.
  • Anonym: Diarrhoea in Orang-Utans at Staten Island Zoo, [New York,] U.S.A. S. 53.
  • Anonym: Anthrax at Glasgow Zoo, Scotland. S. 53.
  • Voss, G[ü]nter: "Moose Disease" at Assiniboine Zoo, [Winnipeg,] Canada. S. 53.
  • Anonym: Morphology of the pituitary gland of snake embryos. S. 53.

Section III: Reference Section

  • Zoos of the world. S. 57-100.
  • Senior zoo staff of the world. S. 101-112.
  • University departments of zoology. S. 113-122.
  • International list of animal dealers. S. 123-130.
  • Films and television. S. 131-133.
  • Zoo publications. S. 134-137.
  • Species of mammals and birds bred in captivity during 1959. S. 138-156.
  • Mammalian gestation periods. S. 157-160.

Band 2 für 1960, erschienen 1961

Herausgeber: Caroline Jarvis & Desmond Morris

  • Zuckerman, Solly: Introduction. S. VII-VIII.

Section I: Elephants, Hippopotamuses and Rhinoceroses in captivity

  • Turner, Elvie Jr.: The Large mammal building at Dallas Zoo. S. 1-2.
  • Anonym: The new Elephant stockade at San Diego Zoo. S. 2-3.
  • Mottershead, G[eorge] S[aul]: The Pachyderm house at Chester Zoo. S. 3-5.
  • Turek, Ant.: The projected Pachyderm house at Prague Zoo. S. 5-8.
  • Weinmann, A.N.: Elephant techniques at Colombo Zoo. S. 8-10.
  • Hagenbeck, [Carl-Heinrich?]: Elephant techniques at Hamburg Zoo. S. 11.
  • Tong, E[rnest] H[arold]: The breeding of the Great Indian rhinoceros at Whipsnade Park. S. 12-15.
  • Lang, E[rnst] M[ichael]: The Rhino house at Basle Zoo. S. 15-17.
  • Reynolds, Richard J.: Asian rhinos in captivity. S. 17-42.
  • Reynolds, Richard J.: White rhinos in captivity. S. 42-43.
  • Bigalke, R[udolph]: White rhinos at Pretoria Zoo. S. 43-44.
  • Kl[ö]s, H[einz-]G[eorg]: Large mammals at W. Berlin Zoo. S. 45-47.
  • Davis, Don G.: The Hippopotamus display at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. S. 48-49.
  • Anonym: The Hippopotamus exhibit at San Diego Zoo. S. 49-50.
  • Anonym: Houston Hippopotamus house. S. 50.
  • Anonym: Elephants and Hippos at Adelaide Zoo. S. 51-52.

Section II: New developments in the zoo world

  • Anonym: Educational activities at London Zoo. S. 57.
  • Anonym: Guided tours at Dallas Zoo and Aquarium. S. 57.
  • Goss, D.J.: New labelling system at Cleveland Zoo. S. 57-58.
  • Goss, D.J.: Installation of 'Talking story books' at Cleveland Zoo. S. 58.
  • Gordon, Clyde: Installation of 'Talking story books' at Staten Island Zoo. S. 58.
  • Anonym: Filming and television at the London Zoo. S. 58-60.
  • Morris, D[esmond] J[ohn]: An analysis of animal popularity. S. 60-61.
  • Anonym: Moving sidewalk at San Diego Zoo. S. 61-62.
  • Bigalke, R[udolph]: The use of moats in zoological gardens. S. 62.
  • Anonym: Dimensions of moats and ditches at Detroit Zoo. S. 63-67.
  • Anonym: Tropical Rain Forest at San Diego Zoo. S. 67-68.
  • Anonym: New service buildings at London Zoo. S. 68.
  • Anonym: Holden Museum of Living Reptiles at Detroit Zoo. S. 68-69.
  • Anonym: Walrus exhibit at San Diego Zoo. S. 69.
  • Morris, D[esmond] J[ohn]: Automatic seal-feeding apparatus at London Zoo. S. 70.
  • Morris, D[esmond] J[ohn]: Experimental burrows for Small mammals at London Zoo. S. 70-71.
  • Anonym: Exhibiting nocturnal animals at New York (Bronx) Zoo. S. 71.
  • Anonym: New cage settings at New York (Bronx) Zoo. S. 71-72.
  • Lint, Kenton C.: Scripps flight cage at San Diego Zoo. S. 72.
  • Fontaine, Pierre A.: Dallas Zoo's Hoofed animal area. S. 72.
  • Anonym: Marineland of the Pacific, USA. S. 73-74.
  • Catala-Stucki, R.: Fluorescence effects from corals irradiated with ultra-violet rays. S. 75.
  • Anonym: Living fluorescent corals flown to Antwerp Zoo. S. 75-76.
  • Anonym: Transporting fish by air. S. 76.
  • Anonym: Flamingoes at New York (Bronx) Zoo. S. 76. (James's, Andean)
  • Kortlandt, A[driaan]: Can lessons from the wild improve the lot of captive Chimpanzees. S. 76-80.
  • Zeller, Friedrich: Notes on the Giant otter (Pteronura brasiliensis Zimm) at Cologne Zoo. S. 81-.
  • Anonym: Reindeer at the National Zoological Park, Washington. S. 81-82.
  • Goss, D.J.: Bongo antelope at Cleveland Zoo. S. 82.
  • Lint, Kenton C.: Notes on breeding Andean condors at San Diego Zoo. S. 82.
  • Anonym: Artificial incubation of eggs at New York (Bronx) Zoo. S. 82-83.
  • Pournelle, George H.: Notes on the reproduction of the Koala at San Diego Zoo. S. 83.
  • Pournelle, George H.: Breeding notes on the East African Colobus at San Diego Zoo. S. 83-84.
  • Pournelle, George H.: San Diego's record of Allenopithecus nigroviridis. S. 84.
  • Pournelle, George H.: Three generations of Chimpanzees at San Diego Zoo. S. 84.
  • Liers, Emil E.: Notes on breeding the Canadian otter. S. 84-85.
  • Dean, George: Birth of a Polar bear cub at Auckland Zoo. S. 85.
  • Encke, Walter: Birth and rearing of cheetahs at Krefeld Zoo. S. 85-86.
  • Hoff, William: Hand raising baby cats at Lincoln Park Zoo Chicago. S. 86-89.
  • Pournelle, George H.: Birth records of the Pacific harbour seal at San Diego Zoo. S. 89-90.
  • Anonym: Breeding notes on the Hippopotamus and Giraffe at Cleveland Zoo. S. 90.
  • Anonym: Breeding notes on the Reticulated giraffe at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. S. 90.
  • Zellmer, G.: Hand-rearing of Giraffe at Bristol Zoo. S. 90-93.
  • Lang, E[rnst] M[ichael]: Notes on the birth of an Okapi at Basle Zoo. S. 94.
  • Appelman, F.J.: Feeding of zoo animals by the public. S. 94-95.
  • Wackernagel, Hans: Complete nutrition of zoo animals. S. 95-102.
  • Graff, Herbert A.: Handling and storage of animal foods in zoos. S. 102-104.
  • Reuther, Ronald: Feeding Albatrosses at Cleveland Zoo. S. 104-105.
  • Burkholder, Paul R.: Antibiotic plankton diet for penguins. S. 105.
  • Greed, R.E.: The composition of the milk of the Black rhinoceros. S. 106.
  • Greed, R.E.: Composition of the milk of the Giraffe. S. 106.
  • Anonym: Susceptibility of the Lesser Panda to Canine Distemper. S. 107.
  • Anonym: Aplastic anaemia and insecticide. S. 107.
  • Tarshis, I. Barry & Lawrence R. Penner: Treatment of ectoparasites in captive wild animals. S. 107-109.
  • Kon, V.M.: Treatment of internal parasites in the ostrich. S. 109-110.
  • Anonym: Research fellowships at London. S. 110.
  • Anonym: Institute of Comparative Medicine at London. S. 110-111.
  • Anonym: Hematological studies on the blood of captive wild mammals. S. 111-112.

Section III: Reference Section

  • Zoos and aquaria of the world. S. 115-188.
  • Senior zoo staff of the world. S. 189-210.
  • University departments of zoology. S. 211-229.
  • Current zoological research undertaken by zoos. S. 230-239.
  • International list of animal dealers. S. 240-248.
  • Table of foreign names of well-known zoo mammals. S. 249-251.
  • Species of animals bred in zoos and aquaria during 1960. S. 252-253.
    • Mammals. S. 254-267.
    • Birds. S. 268-277.
    • Reptiles and amphibians. S. 278-279.
  • Fisher, James: Bird species in danger of extinction. S. 280-287.
  • Anonym: Longevity study. Length of life of mammals in captivity at the London Zoo and Whipsnade Park. S. 288-299.
  • Graham-Jones, Oliver: Tranquillizer and paralytic drugs - An international survey of animal restraint techniques. S. 300-302.
  • Harthoorn, A.M.: Methods of control of wild animals with the use of drugs, with special reference to therapeutic and veterinary aspects. S. 302-307.
  • Heuschele, Werner P.: Immobilization of captive wild animals with succinylcholine using the projectile type syringe. S. 308-309.
  • Pistey, Warren R. & James F. Wright: Immobilization of captive wild animals with succinylcholine. S. 310.
  • Thomas, Warren D.: Chemical immobilization of wild animals. S. 310.
  • Clifford, Donald H., Stowe, Clarence M. & Archie L. Good: Pentobarbital anaesthesia in lions with special reference to preanaesthetic medication. S. 310-311.
  • Wright, James F.: Necrotic stomatitis in an American elk. S. 311-312.
  • Survey of restraint techniques. S. 312-327.
  • Subject index to volume I of the International Zoo Yearbook. S. 328-329.

Band 3 für 1961, erschienen 1962

Herausgeber: Caroline Jarvis & Desmond Morris

  • Caroline Jarvis & Desmond Morris: Introduction. S. V-VII.

Section I: Small mammals in captivity

  • Morris, Desmond: A new approach to the problem of exhibiting Small mammals in zoos. S. 1-9.
  • Davis, Joseph A. Jr.: Exhibition of nocturnal mammals by red light. S. 9-11.
  • Leyhausen, Paul: Smaller cats in the Zoo. S. 11-21.
  • Landowski, Jan: Breeding the Pine marten (Martes martes L. 1758) in captivity. S. 21-23.
  • Bourlière, F., Petter-Rousseaux, A. & J.J. Petter: Regular breeding in captivity of the Lesser mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus). S. 24-25.
  • Wayre, Philip & J.G.P. Wood: Some experiences of breeding Green acouchies (Myoprocta pratti) in captivity. S. 25-27.
  • Vincenzi, Frank: The sea otter (Enhydra lutris) at Woodland Park Zoo. S. 27-29.
  • Fontaine, Pierre A.: Small mammal exhibits at Dallas Zoo. S. 30.
  • Skeldon, Philip C.: Exhibiting aquatic mammals. Brazilian Giant otters (Pteronura brasiliensis) at Toledo Zoo. S. 30-31.
  • Lyall-Watson, M.: The food 'washing' behaviour of captive raccoons. S. 31-35.

Section II: New developments in the zoo world

  • Anonym: Educational activities at London Zoo. S. 39.
  • Anonym: Granada TV-Zoological Society Film Unit at London Zoo. S. 39-41.
  • Anonym: Filming and Televising at the London Zoo during 1961. S. 41-43.
  • Reed, Theodore H. & Albert Mindlin: Where do visitors come from? S. 43-46.
  • Thomas, Warren D & George Downing: The role of the zoo in public education. S. 46-48.
  • Speidel, George: New Large mammal exhibits at Milwaukee Zoo. S. 48-50.
  • Anonym: Bird halls at Frankfurt Zoo. S. 50-52.
  • Gerrits, H.A & W.W. Diedrich: New wing added to the Bird Hall at Wassenaar Zoo. S. 52-53.
  • Coates, Christopher W.: Aquatic mammal exhibit at New York Aquarium. S. 53-54.
  • Vevers, Gwynne: A new method of lighting aquarium tanks. S. 54-55. (Ausblenden einer dunklen Rückwand)
  • Fontaine, Pierre A.: Dallas Zoo Primate Building. S. 55.
  • Jones, Billy T.: Remodelling small flight cages at Dallas Zoo. S. 55.
  • Andersen, Svend: Sumatran rhinoceros (Didermocerus sumatraensis) at Copenhagen Zoo. S. 56-57.
  • Harrisson, Barbara: A study of Orang-Utan behaviour in the semi-wild state. S. 57-68.
  • Pournelle, George H.: Observations on captive Proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus). S. 69-70.
  • Walther, Fritz: The mating behaviour of certain horned animals. S. 70-77.
  • Pournelle, George H.: Pacific walrus (Odobenus rosmarus divergens) at the San Diego Zoo. S. 78-80.
  • Fontaine, Pierre A: Longevity of the Malayan tapir (Tapirus indicus). S. 80. (>29 Jahre)
  • Fontaine, Pierre A: Reindeer (Rangifer tarandus) at the Dallas Zoo. S. 80-81.
  • Volf, Jiri: Preservation of the Przewalski horse (Equus przewalski). S. 81.
  • Schmidt, Stephen: Conservation of the Green turtle (Chelonida midas). S. 81.
  • Wayre, Philip: The Ornamental Pheasant Trust. S. 82-83.
  • Dowling, Herndon: Tuatara (Sphenodon punctatus) at the New York Zoo. S. 83-84.
  • Lang, Ernst M[ichael]: Jambo, the second Gorilla born at Basle Zoo. S. 84-88.
  • Carmichael, Leonard, Bigelow Kraus, Mozelle & Theodore Reed: The Washington National Zoological Park Gorilla infant, Tomoko. S. 88-93.
  • Dathe, Heinrich: Breeding the Malayan bear (Helarctos malayanus). S. 94.
  • Anonym: Artificial insemination of a Bactrian camel (Camelus bactrianus). S. 94.
  • Young, W.A. Rearing an American tapir (Tapirus terrestris). S. 94-95.
  • Dathe, Heinrich: Breeding the White pelican (Pelecanus onocrotalus). S. 95.
  • Voss, Günter: Breeding the Red-breasted goose (Branta ruficollis) at Winnipeg Zoo. S. 95-96.
  • Widman, W.F. & H.M. Vorous: Hatching and rearing of Kookaburras (Dacelo novaeguin[e]ae). S. 96-97.
  • Gowda, O.D. Krishne: Hatching Rheas (Rhea americana) at Mysore Zoo. S. 97-98.
  • Ee, C.A. van: Hand-rearing birds of prey. S. 98.
  • Lint, Kenton C.: Incubation in the zoological garden. S. 98-100.
  • Poulson, Holger: Breeding experiments and bird behaviour. S. 100-102.
  • Shaw, Charles E.: Breeding the Galapagos tortoise (Testudo elephantopus). S. 102-104.
  • Anonym: Salmon exhibit at Vancouver Aquarium. S. 104.
  • Lint, Kenton C.: Insect diets for animals. S. 104.
  • Tarshis, I. Barry: Breeding cockroaches for feeding purposes. S. 105-107.
  • Anonym: Tamandua anteater (Tamandua tetradactyla) at Columbus Zoo, USA. S. 107.
  • Graham-Jones, O[liver]: Operation of lens extraction in a tigress (Panthera tigris). S. 107-108.
  • Graham-Jones, Oliver: Surgical repair of an umbilical hernia in a Gorilla (Gorilla gorilla). S. 109-110.
  • Brundrett, Jack M. & Elvie Turner Jr.: Surgical procedures used on wild animals in captivity. S. 111-112.
  • Vervat, D.: Appendicitis in an Orang-Utan (Pongo pygmaeus) at Rotterdam Zoo. S. 112.
  • Peters, J.C.: Prosthesis of the lower bill of an African ground hornbill (Bucorvus abyssinicus). S. 112-113.
  • Benesch, F.: Operation for a prolapsed uterus on a Wart hog (Phacochoerus [a]ethiopicus)113. S. .
  • Graham-Jones, O[liver], Senior, Martin & E[rnest] H[arold] Tong: Tranquillization of a pregnant Hippopotamus (Hippopotamus amphibius). S. 113-116.
  • Heuschele, Walter P.: Chlordiazepoxide for calming zoo animals. S. 116-119.
  • Mortelmans, J.: Sedation and anaesthesia in anthropoid apes. S. 119.
  • Gandal, Charles P.: The use of a tranquillizer and diuretic in the successful management of two "reluctant zoo mothers". S. 119-120.
  • Thompson, Frank M.: Metabolism of inhibitors in the shipment of fish. S. 120-121.
  • Anonym: A table of paralytic drugs used to restrain animals at the Bloemfontein Zoo, South Africa. S. 121.
  • Clifford, Donald H. & John Fletcher: Construction of a cage to confine, transport and treat bears. S. 121-123.
  • Anonym: Acute Amaurotic Epilepsy in monkeys. S. 123-124.
  • Jeffree, Grace M.: Phosphatase activity in the limb bones of monkeys (Lagothrix humboldti) with hyperparathyroidism. S. 124.
  • Mortelmans, J.: Treatment of intestinal capillariosis in the Congo peacock (Afropavo congensis) and other wild fowls and of trichuriasis in monkeys and Chimpanzees. S. 124-125.
  • Anonym: Institute of Comparative Physiology at London. S. 125-126.
  • Anonym: Nuffield Institute of Comparative Medicine at London. S. 126.
  • Anonym: Biological Research Institute at the Zoological Society of San Diego. S. 126-127.

Section III: Reference Section

  • Zoos and aquaria of the world. S. 131-212.
  • Zoo and aquaria personnel. S. 213-216.
  • Universities of the world with zoology departments. S. 217-235.
  • Current zoological research undertaken by zoos. S. 236-252.
  • Species of animals bred in zoos and aquaria during 1961. S. 253-254.
    • Mammals. S. 255-271.
    • Birds. S. 272-284.
    • Reptiles. S. 285-288.
    • Amphibians. S. 288.
    • Fishes. S. 289-291.
  • The breeding seasons of mammals in captivity. S. 292-301.
  • Census of rare mammals in captivity. S. 302-313.
  • T[wisleton]-W[ykeham]-Fiennes, R[ichard] N[athaniel]: The dangers of disease transmission from wild animals in captivity to human beings or domestic stock. S. 314-316.
  • Ewart, R.H.: Rabies. S. 316-318.
  • Ewart, R.H.: Quarantine and import regulations as they affect zoological gardens in Britain. S. 318-320.
  • Anonym: Animal restraint technique survey 1960, Addendum. S. 320.
  • Index of contributors. International Zoo Yearbook - Vols. I and II. S. 321-322.

Band 4 für 1962, erschienen 1962

Herausgeber: Caroline Jarvis & Desmond Morris

  • Caroline Jarvis & Desmond Morris: Introduction. S. VII-VIII.

Section I: Aquatic exhibits in zoos and aquaria

  • Gray, William B.: Miami Seaquarium and its exhibits. S. 1-7.
  • Curtis, Lawrence: The Amazon dolphin, Inia geoffrensis, at the Fort Worth Zoological Park. S. 7-10.
  • Coates, Christopher W.: Walruses and whales in the New York Aquarium. S. 10-12.
  • Brown, David H.: The health problems of Walrus calves, and remarks on their general progress in captivity. S. 13-23.
  • Hagenbeck, Carl-Heinrich: Notes on Walruses, Odobenus rosmarus, in captivity. S. 24-25.
  • Ulmer, Frederick A. Jr.: The Soutern elephant seal Mirounga leonina in captivity. S. 26-32.
  • Pornelle, George H.: The Northern elephant seal, Mirounga angustirostris Gill, in the San Diego Zoo. S. 32-33.
  • Anemiya, Ikusaku: The dolphin that swallowed a football. S. 34-35.
  • Olsen, Donald A.: A general description of the Seven Seas Panorama dolphin and seal show at Brookfield Zoo, Chicago, USA. S. 35-38.
  • Klös, Heinz-Georg: Aquatic exhibits at West Berlion Zoo. S. 38-40.
  • Hamilton, Count Bjorn: Keeping beavers, Castor fiber, in captivity. S. 40-42.
  • Best, Alan: The Canadian otter, Lutra canadensis, in captivity. S. 42-44.
  • Curtis, Lawrence: Aquarium-type outdoor otter exhibit. S. 44-45.
  • Curtis, Lawrence: The Aquarium and Herpetarium at the Fort Worth Zoological Park. S. 45-48.
  • Shaw, Charles E.: Sea snakes at the San Diego Zoo. S. 49-52. (Hydrophiidae)
  • Prescott, John H. & Cecil Brosseau: Transportation and display of the Giant pacific octopus Octopus apollyon. S. 53-57.

Section II: New developments in the zoo world

  • Berg, W[alther] K. van den: The zoological garden Noah's ark of future generations. S. 61-62.
  • Lang, Ernst M[ichael]: Survival of animals in zoos. S. 63-65.
  • Fairfield Osborne, [Henry]: A new opportunity - Zoos help wildlife. S. 65-66.
  • Treus, V.D.: Preservation of the Przewalski horse Equus przewalski przewalski Pol. in the USSR. S. 66-69.
  • Schmidt, Carol: Conservation of sea turtles. S. 70-71.
  • Poglayen, Ivo: Introduction of African antelopes into New Mexico, USA. S. 71-72.
  • Davis, Don G.: Breeding animals in zoos. S. 72-75.
  • Gensch, W[infried]: Breeding Tupaias Tupaia glis Diard. S. 75-76.
  • Roelvinck, Willi & Margret Immendorf: Breeding the Bornean tupaia Tupaia tana. S. 76.
  • Kirchshofer, R[osl]: The birth of a Dwarf chimpanzee Pan paniscus Schwarz 1929 at Frankfurt Zoo. S. 76-78.
  • Lambert, D.G.: Breeding the Indian palm squirrel Funambulus palmarum L. S. 78-79.
  • Gensch, W[infried]: Successful rearing of the Binturong Arctitis binturong Raffl. S. 79-80.
  • Maberry, M.B.: Breeding Indian elephants Elephas maximus at Portland Zoo. S. 80-83.
  • Anghi, Cs[aba].G.: Breeding Indian elephants Elephas maximus at the Budapest Zoo. S. 83-86.
  • Verheyen, Walter: The Congo peacock Afropavo congensis Chapin 1936 at Antwerp Zoo. S. 87-91.
  • Yadav, R.N.: Breeding Swinhoe's pheasant Hierophasis swinhoei at Jaipur Zoo. S. 91-92.
  • Gewalt, Wolfgang: Breeding the Great bustard Otis tarda in captivity. S. 92-93.
  • Poulsen, Ho[]lger: Breeding the Snowy Owl Nyctea scandiaca. S. 93-94.
  • Hubbell, Gordon: Breeding the Capped heron Pilherodius pileatus. S. 94.
  • Lint, Kenton C.: Breeding Colies Colius striatus at San Diego Zoo. S. 94-95.
  • Pawley, Ray: Propagating reptiles. S. 95-97.
  • Petzold, H[ans-]G[ünter]: Successful breeding of Leiocephalus carinatus Gray. S. 97-98.
  • Reynolds, Richard J.: The Black rhinoceros Diceros bicornis in captivity. S. 98-113.
  • Kühme, Wolfdietrich: Ethology of the African elephant (Loxodonta africana Blumenbach 1797) in captivity. S. 113-121.
  • Ben Shaul, Devorah Miller: Short-tailed shrews (Blarina brevicauda) in captivity. S. 121-123.
  • Mehrtens, J.M.: A successful technique for exhibiting amphisbaenids. S. 123. (Amphisbaena alba)
  • Chalmers, Gwen: Jackson's scaly-tail (Anomalurus jacksoni) in captivity. S. 123-124.
  • Young, W.A.: Weight records of Kodiak bears, (Ursus arctos middendorffi). S. 124.
  • Austin, William A.: Tuatara (Sphenodon punctatus) in captivity. S. 124-125.
  • Menzies, J.I.: Feeding pangolins (Manis spp) in captivity. S. 126-128.
  • Ashby, G.J.: Breeding locusts at the Regent's Park Zoo, London. S. 128-130.
  • Smith, Kenneth: Notes on the nutrition of primates. S. 130-131.
  • Kroll, Wolfgang R.: Experience with Sernylan in zoo animals. S. 131-141.
  • Gandal, Charles P.: Avian general anaesthesia. S. 141-142.
  • Hubbell, Gordon: Birth of a Gelada baboon (Theropithecus gelada) by caesarian section. S. 142.
  • Chaffee, Paul S.: Operation on a sealion (Zalophus californianus). S. 142-143.
  • Schroeder, Charles R.: Research potential in a zoo - The San Diego Zoo programme. S. 143-147.
  • Schmitt, J.: Blood groups in anthropoid apes. S. 147-148.
  • Anonym: Zoological research, the Zoological Garden of Turin, Italy. S. 149.
  • Anonym: Educational activities at London Zoo. S. 149.
  • Anonym: Winter educational activities. Philadelphia Zoo, USA. S. 149-150.
  • Bridges, William: Informative signs in the zoo. S. 150.
  • Poulsen, Holger: New signs in the Copenhagen Zoo. S. 150-151.
  • Curtis, Lawrence: A simplified reporting system of observations on captive animals. S. 151.
  • Anonym: Filming and televising at the London Zoo during 1962. S. 151-153.
  • Anonym: Report on radio-television activities at the Philadelphia Zoological Garden. S. 153.
  • Klös, Heinz-Georg: New bird house at West Berlin Zoo. S. 153-155.
  • Truett, F. Bob: Reptile and bird house at Birmingham Zoo. S. 155.
  • Roots, G.C.: Dudley Zoo ape house. S. 155-156.
  • Woodin, William H.: "Tunnel in the desert." an underground exhibit for nocturnal animals. S. 156-158.
  • Hays, Howard R.: Pittsburgh Underground Zoo. S. 158-159.
  • Mehrtens, J.M.: The use of non-reflecting curved glass in reptile exhibits. S. 159-160.
  • Hooff, J[ohann] A[nton] R[einier] A[lex] M[aria] van: Ditches for cattle enclosures in Arnhem Zoo. S. 160-161.

Section III: Reference Section

  • Zoos and aquaria of the world. S. 165-214.
  • Zoo and aquaria personnel. S. 215-219.
  • Species of animals bred in zoos and aquaria during 1962. S. 220-221.
    • Mammals. S. 221-240.
    • Birds. S. 240-254.
    • Reptiles. S. 254-257.
    • Amphibians. S. 258.
    • Fishes. S. 258-261.
  • Census of rare animals in captivity. S. 262-263.
    • Mammals. S. 264-278.
    • Birds. S. 278-280.
    • Reptiles. S. 280-281.
  • Lyall-Watson, Vivienne: International survey of hand-rearing techniques and animal milk analysis. Introduction. S. 282.
  • Scott, J.P. Primary socialization in young mammals S. 283-285.
  • Boelkins, R. Charles: Large scale rearing of infant Rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) in the laboratory. S. 285-289.
  • Sasaki, Tokio: Hand-rearing a baby gibbon (Hylobates lar). S. 289-290.
  • Yamamoto, S.: Hand-rearing of Japanese squirrels (Sciurus vulgaris lis). S. 290-291.
  • Dathe, Heinrich: Hand-rearing of a captive Hunting dog (Lycaon pictus). S. 291-292.
  • Encke, Walter: Hand-rearing Hunting dogs (Lycaon pictus) at the Krefeld Zoo. S. 292-293.
  • Reineck, Mariane: The rearing of abandoned sucklings of Phoca vitulina. S. 293-294.
  • Klopfer, Peter H. & Martha S. Klopfer: Notes on hand-rearing Fallow deer (Dama dama). S. 295-296.
  • Pinter, Helmut: Artificial rearing of Roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) and observations on their behaviour. S. 297-300.
  • Ben Shaul, D[evorah] M[iller]: Notes on hand-rearing various species of mammals. S. 300-331. (Kangaroos; Silver-grey phalanger, Trichosurus vulpecula; monkeys; Senegal galago, Galago senegalensis; Demidoff's bush baby, Galago demidoffi; Spider monkey, Ateles paniscus; White-handed gibbon, Hylobates lar; Chimpanzee, Pan [troglodytes] satyrus; Lowland gorilla, Gorilla gorilla [gorilla]; Giant anteater, Myrmecophaga tridactyla; Rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus; squirrels; Flying squirrel, Petaurista philippensis; Small green squirrel, Heliosciurus poensis; Cane rat, Thrynonomys sp; North American porcupine, Erethizon dorsatum; Indian porcupine, Hystrix indica; Black-backed jackal, Canis mesomelas; Red fox, Vulpes vulpes; Cape hunting dog, Lycaon pictus; Kodiak bear, Ursus arctos middendorffi; Black bear, Ursus americanus; Polar bear, Thalarctos maritimus; Badger, Meles meles; Coatimundi, Nasua nasua; otters; Lutra canadensis; Lutra lutra; Aonyx capensis; [Lutrogale sp; Mink, Mustela vison; Raccoon, Procyon lotor; Genet, Genettasp; Civet; Binturong, Arctitis binturong; Marsh mongoose, Atilax paludinosus; Spotted hyaena, Crocuta crocuta; Striped hyaena, Hyaena hyaena; Domestic cat, Felis [silvestris f. ]cat[]us; Puma, Felis concolor; Leopard, Panthera pardus; Tiger, Panthera tigris; Lion, Panthera leo, Panthera leo persica; Cheetah, Acinonyx jubatus; Pacific walrus, Odobenus rosmarus; seals, [Phoca]; Californian sea lion, Zalophus californianus;Sout African fur seal, Arctocephalus pusillus; Harbour seal, Phoca vitulina; Elephant seal, Mirounga sp; African elephant, Loxodonta africana; Indian elephant, Elephas maximus; Zebra hybrid, Equus grevyi x asinus; Sout Amercian tapir, Tapirus terrestris; Wild pig [boar], Sus scrofa; Llama, Lama glama [f. glama]; White-tailed deer, Odocoileus virginianus; Roe deer, Capreolus capreolus; Giraffe, Giraffa camelopardalis; Bison, Bison bison; Antelope and duikers; Royal antelope, Neotragus pygmaeus; Thomson's gazelle, Gazella thomsoni; Bohor reedbuck, Redunca redunca; Grysbok, Raphicerus melanotis; Steinbok, Raphicerus campestris; Pronghorn, Antilocapra americana)
  • Anonym: Composition of some products mentioned in the hand-rearing section. S. 331-332. (ABDEC, Dutch Baby Powdered Whole Milk, Esbilac, Friesche Vlag No. 2, Maltine, Premauvit, Similac)
  • Ben Shaul, Devorah Miller: The composition of the milk of wild animals. S. 333-342.
  • Index of contributors. International Zoo Yearbook - Vols. I, II, III. S. 343-345.

Band 5, erschienen 1965

Herausgeber: Caroline Jarvis

  • Jarvis, Caroline: Introduction. S. VII-IX.

Section I: A "Symposium" of Articles on the Subject of Ungulates in Captivity

  • Walther, Fritz: Ethological aspects of keeping different species of ungulates together in captivity. S. 1-13.
  • Backhaus, D[ieter] & H[ans] Frädrich: Experiences keeping various species of ungulates together at Frankfurt Zoo. S. 14-24.
  • Sloan, J.E.N.: Helminthiasis in ungulates. S. 24-28.
  • Veselovsky, Zdenek & Jiri Volf: Breeding and care of rare Asian equids at Prague Zoo. S. 28-37.
  • Wackernagel, Hans: Grant's zebra, Equus burchelli boehmi, at Basle Zoo - A contribution to breeding biology. S. 38-41.
  • Davis, Joseph A. Jr.: A preliminary report of the reproductive behaviour of the Small Malayan chevrotain, Tragulus javanicus, at New York Zoo. S. 42-44.
  • Cuneo, Franco: Observations on the breeding of the Klipspringer antelope, Oreotragus oreotragus, and the behaviour of their young born at the Naples Zoo. S. 45-48.
  • Davall, Grace H.: A Nyala herd, Tragelaphus angasi, at New York Zoo since 1939 without new blood. S. 48-49.
  • Robinson, H.G.N., Gribble, W.D., Page, W.G. & G.W. Jones: Notes on the birth of a Reticulated giraffe, Giraffa camelopardalis antiquorum. S. 49-52.
  • Crandall, Lee S[aunders]: Record of African antelopes in the New York Zoological Park. S. 52-55.
  • Pournelle, George H.: A breeding herd of Lowland anoas, Anoa d. depressicornis. S. 56-57.
  • Fontaine, Pierre A.: Breeding Saiga antelope, Saiga tatarica, at Dallas Zoo. S. 57-58.
  • Oeming, Al: A herd of Musk-oxen, Ovibos moschatus, in captivity. S. 58-65.
  • Baines, Thomas H.: Notes on the breeding of the Rocky Mountain goat, Oreamnos montanus, and the care of other ungulates at Calgary Zoo. S. 66-69.
  • Yamamoto, S.: Japanese serows, Capricornis crispus at Kobe Zoo. S. 69-70.
  • Asakura, Shigeharu: A note on some ungulates at Tama Zoo. S. 70-71.
  • Shepheard, Peter: New ungulate exhibits at London Zoo. S. 71-76.
  • Scherpner, Christoph: New enclosures for grassland animals at Frankfurt Zoo. S. 76-79.
  • Thomas, Warren D.: New enclosures for ungulates at Oklahoma City Zoo. S. 79-82.
  • Jonch, Antonio: Exhibit for large African animals at Barcelona Zoo. S. 82-85.
  • Jarboe, Robert E.: New Giraffe exhibit at San Diego Zoo. S. 86-88.
  • Truett, Bob: Ungulate exhibits for small zoos. S. 88-94.

Section II: New developments in the zoo world

  • Jarvis, Caroline: Zoos and conservation symposium. S. 97-100. (Reference: IUCN Publications, New Series, Supplementary Paper No. 3: Symposium "Zoos and conservation". Report. Published by IUCN in conjunction with ICBP and IUDZG. London, 1964. | Held in The Lecture Hall of The Zoological Society of London, June 23rd, 24th and 25th, 1964 | 48 pp.)
  • Curry-Lindahl, Kai: Conservation of nature - A duty for zoological gardens. S. 100-102.
  • Tong, E[rnest] H[arlod]: World register of Père David's deer, Elaphurus davidianus, 1959-63. S. 103-105.
  • Rowlands, I.W.: Artificial insemination of mammals in captivity. S. 105-106.
  • Gasking, W.R.: Breeding kangaroos and wallabies in captivity. S. 106-109.
  • Coimbra[-]Filho, A[delmar] F[aria]: Breeding Lion marmosets Leontideus rosalia at Rio de Janeiro Zoo. S. 109-110.
  • Haggard, V.D.: Lar gibbon, Hylobates lar, breeding records. S. 110-111.
  • Uchiyama, Koichi: Californian sea-lion Zalophus californianus twins at Tokuyama Zoo. S. 111.
  • Gensch, W[infried]: Birth and rearing of a Spectacled bear Tremarctos ornatus at Dresden Zoo. S. 111.
  • Fellner, Karl: Natural rearing of Clouded leopards Neofelis nebulosa at Frankfurt Zoo. S. 111-113.
  • Fontaine, Pierre A.: Breeding Clouded leopards Neofelis nebulosa at Dallas Zoo. S. 113-114.
  • Thomas, Warren D.: Observations on a pair of Cheetahs Acinonyx jubatus at Oklahoma City Zoo. S. 114-116.
  • Hooff, J[ohann] A[nton] R[einier] A[lex] M[aria] van: A large litter of Lion cubs Panthera leo at Arnhem Zoo. S. 116.
  • Mendelssohn, H.: Breeding the Syrian hyrax Procavia capensis syriaca Schreber 1784. S. 116-125. (Procavia habessinica sinaitica = Procavia capensis habessinicus)
  • Kaczmarek, Jerzy & Maria Pohorecka: Hatching and rearing of Rheas, Rhea americana, at Warsaw Zoo. S. 125-126.
  • Verheyen, Walter N.: Breeding the Congo Peacock, Afropavo congensis, at Antwerp Zoo. S. 127-128.
  • Conway, William G.: Egg replacement by a pair of Sarus cranes Grus antigone antigone L. at New York Zoological Park. S. 129.
  • Gewalt, Wolfgang: First successful captive breeding of the Great bustard Otis tarda at West Berlin Zoo. S. 129-130.
  • Poulsen, Holger: Breeding Stilts Himantopus spp at Copenhagen Zoo. S. 130-131.
  • Hick, Uta: Breeding Knysna turacos Tauraco corythaix at Cologne Zoo. S. 131-132.
  • Basilewsky, Georges: Keeping and breeding Madagascan lemurs in captivity. S. 132-137.
  • Berggren, Sigvard: Keeping African animals in a cold climate. S. 137.
  • Mallinson, Jeremy: Notes on the nutrition, social behaviour and reproduction of Hapalidae in captivity. S. 137-140.
  • Hick, Uta: Red-backed saki Chiropotes chiropotes at Cologne Zoo. S. 140.
  • Hill, Clyde A.: Maintenance of facial coloration in the Red uakari Cacajo rubicundus 140-141. S. 140-141. (Natural sunlight)
  • Reynolds, V[ernon] & F. Reynolds: The natural environment and behaviour of chimpanzees Pan troglodytes schweinfurthi and suggestions for their care in zoos. S. 141-144. (Trees, social needs)
  • Dyson, Richard F.: Experimental diet for Grey foxes Urocyon cinereoargenteus. S. 145.
  • Linley, T.A.: Aardwolf, Proteles cristatus, at East London Zoo [South Africa]. S. 145.
  • Greed, R[eginald] E.: White tigers, Panthera tigris, at Bristol Zoo. S. 145-146. (bred by Maharaja of Rewa)
  • Mowbray, Louis S.: Hawaiian monk seal Monachus schauinslandi and Green turtles Chelonia mydas at Waikiki Aquarium. S. 146-147.
  • Gray, William B.: White bottle-nosed dolphin Tursiops truncatus at Miami Seaquarium. S. 147-148.
  • Ehlers, Kurt: Records of the Hooded seal, Cystophora cristata Erxl, and other animals at Bremerhaven Zoo. S. 148-149. (Klappmütze. Reference: Ehlers, K. (1958): Zooerfahrungen mit einer erwachsenen Klappmütze. Orion. Band 2, S. 151-156.)
  • Bolwig, Niels: Observations on the early behaviour of a young African elephant Loxodonta africana. S. 149-152.
  • Bolwig, Niels, Hill, D.H. & M. Philpott: Hand-rearing an African elephant Loxodonta africana. S. 152-154.
  • Gregory, Margaret E., Rowland, S.J. & S.Y. Thompson: Changes during lactation in the composition of the milk of the Black rhinoceros Diceros bicornis. S. 154.
  • Gregory, M[argaret] E., Kon, S.K., Rowland, S.J. & S.Y. Thompson: Analysis of the milk of the Okapi Okapia johnstoni. S. 154-155.
  • Junor, F.J.R.: Handrearing birds of piscivorous type in the Kariba and Lake Kyle areas of Southern Rhodesia. S. 155-162.
  • Conway, William G.: Care of James's flamingo Phoenicoparrus jamesi Sclater and the Andean flamingo Phoenicoparrus andinus R.A. Philippi in captivity. S. 162-164. (1960 expedition to Bolivia to capture animals from both species, which consequently were exhibited at Bronx Zoo New York for the first time ever; transport; feeding; avian pox)
  • Nieboer, E.: Canthaxanthin for Scarlet ibises Eudocimus ruber at Amsterdam Zoo. S. 164-165.
  • Raethel, H[einz-]S[igurd]: White-breasted guinea-fowl Agelastes meleagridis Bp at West Berlin Zoo. S. 165-166.
  • Hick, Uta: Horned coots, Fulica cornuta, at Cologne Zoo. S. 166.
  • Golding, Robert R.: Growth rate of a captive Indian python Python molurus bivittatus 166-167. S. .
  • Kauffeld, Carl F.: The Rattlesnake collection at Staten Island Zoo. S. 168-170.
  • Hartley, John: Notes on Tuataras Sphenodon punctatus in captivity. S. 170-171.
  • Poglayen, Ivo: Observations on Herrera's mud turtle. S. 171-173.
  • Atz, James W.: Principles and practices of water management for marine aquaria. S. 173-181.
  • Lasry, James E. & Bernard W. Sheridan: Chagas' Myocarditis and heart failure in the Red uakari. S. 182-184.
  • Starzynski, Witold: Surgery for abdominal hernia in a Pig-tailed macaque Macaca nemestrina. S. 184-185.
  • Young, E[dwin]: Pasteurellosis in the kangaroo. S. 185.
  • Gray, C.W.: Paraplegia in a male Lowland gorilla Gorilla gorilla at the National Zoological Park. S. 186-189.
  • Savoy, James C.: Tuberculosis in a zoo collection of Great apes. S. 189-192.
  • Cabrera, Manuel V: Tooth-trimming in two vicious Lions Panthera leo. S. 192-193.
  • Heck, Lutz Jr.: Narcosis of a Polar bear Thalarctos maritimus using the projectile gun. S. 193-194.
  • Young, E[dwin]: Lesions in the vicinity of the eye of the White rhinoceros. S. 194-195.
  • Starzynski, Witold: Cholelithiasis in an American tapir Tapirus terrestris. S. 195-196.
  • Nakagawa, Shiro: False teeth for an old donkey. S. 196.
  • Nakagawa, Shiro: Diabetes in a Hippopotamus. S. 196-197.
  • Ewert, Hans O.: Remedial hoof-trimming in an adult Giraffe. S. 197-200.
  • Marsboom, R.: R7315 - A new hypnotic agent in birds. S. 200-201.
  • Thienpoint, D. & C.J.E. Niemegeers: R7464 - A new potent anaesthetic in fish. S. 202-205.
  • Dyson, Richard F.: Experience with succinylcholine chloride in zoo animals. S. 205-206. (Canis lupus; Canis latrans; Ursus americanus; Nasua nasua; Conepatus mesoleucus; Felis jaguarondi [yagouaroundi]; Tayassu tajacu; Odocoileus hemionus; Odocoileus virginianus; Antilocapra americana)
  • Sosnowski, Andrzej: Veterinary and research activities at Lodz Zoo. S. 206.
  • Ratcliffe, Herbert L.: Zoological gardens: Institutes of neglected opportunity. S. 207-209.
  • Schmitt, J.: Blood groups in non-human primates. S. 209-221.
  • Sosnovsky, Igor: Moscow Zoo centenary. S. 221-224.
  • Conway, William G.: A department of exhibition at New York Zoological Park. S. 224-225.
  • Michelmore, A.P[hilip] G.: An English educational zoo. S. 225-227.
  • Kline, Patricia: Education programme for handicapped children. S. 227-228.
  • Sheridan, Bernard: Careers in biology - San Diego Zoo's programme for students. S. 228.
  • Clark, Rosa Ruth: Lectures for school groups and new library at Dallas Zoo. S. 228-229.
  • Hick, Uta: Educational scheme at Cologne Zoo. S. 229.
  • Heck, Heinz Jr.: Keepers' training programme at Catskill game farm. S. 229.
  • Dathe, Heinrich: The Alfred Brehm House at East Berlin Zoo. S. 230-232. (Tierpark Berlin)
  • Scherpner, Christoph: New Monkey House at Frankfurt Zoo. S. 232-236.
  • Legge, R.E.: New Great Ape House at Manchester Zoo. S. 237-238.
  • Jacobi, E.F.: "World of Darkness" the nocturnal house at the Amsterdam Zoo. S. 238-240.
  • Morris, Desmond: Experimental nocturnal house at London Zoo. S. 240-242.
  • Speidel, George: The new Bird House at Milwaukee Zoo. S. 242-244.
  • Scherpner, Christoph: "Walk-through" bird aviaries at Frankfurt Zoo. S. 244-246.
  • Poulsen, Holger: New bird exhibits at Copenhagen Zoo. S. 246-247.
  • Austin, William A.: Holden Museum of Living Reptiles. S. 247-251.
  • Cuneo, Franco: Quarantine and acclimatization station at Naples Zoo. S. 251-252.

Section III: Reference Section

  • Zoos and aquaria of the world. S. 255-318.
  • Zoo and aquaria personnel. S. 319-324.
  • International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources: Rare mammals. [a preliminary list of rare mammals, including those believed to be rare]. S. 325-328. (First published as a special supplement to IUCN Bulletin, II, April-June 1964.)
  • Species of animals bred in zoos and aquaria during 1963. S. 329.
    • Mammals. S. 330-349.
    • Birds. S. 349-364.
    • Reptiles. S. 364-367.
    • Amphibians. S. 367.
    • Fishes. S. 367-370.
  • Census of rare animals in captivity. S. 371-372.
    • Mammals. S. 372-387.
    • Birds. S. 387-390.
    • Reptiles. S. 391-392.
  • Veterinary work and zoological research undertaken at zoos and aquaria 1963. S. 393-410.
  • New buildings in zoos and aquaria, 1963-[196]4 S. 411-420.
  • Subject index to volumes 1 to 5 of the year book. S. 421-426.
  • Index of contributors. International zoo yearbook  Vols. I, II, III, IV. S. 427-430.
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