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While bees and other pollinators are under threat worldwide, their preservation needs to be addressed at local and community levels. Zoo Atlanta is dedicated to establishing and preserving safe habitats for bees and pollinators in the Atlanta community and focuses efforts on educating the public, a crucial first step in saving the bees.
The expertise of the Zoo Atlanta Veterinary Team benefits colleagues around the world.
Reptile and Amphibian Research
Focusing on our diverse population of reptiles and amphibians, as well as working in labs and field sites around the world, Zoo Atlanta has a productive history of herpetological research.
Zoo Atlanta has a diverse population of primates, with multiple species from every major primate group (i.e. lemurs, monkeys and apes). We also have extensive collaborative projects with museums, zoos, and field sites worldwide, including the Great Ape Heart Project.
Giant Panda Research
The primary objective of this study is to quantitatively document the giant panda mother-cub relationship.
The African elephant research projects at Zoo Atlanta are multi-faceted and diverse. Topics range from trunk biomechanics to social behaviors.