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Published References

  • Bloomsmith, M. A. ; Brent L. Y. ; Shapiro S. J. (1989). Guidelines for developing and managing an environmental enrichment program for non-human primates. Laboratory Animal Science 41: 372-377.
  • Chamove, A. ; Anderson, J. ; Morgan-Jones, S. ; Jones, S. (1982). Deep Woodchip Litter: Hygiene, Feeding and Behavioral Enhancement in Eight Primate Species. International Journal for the Study of Animal Problems 3(4): 308-318.
  • Catlow, G. ; Nicholl, L. (1996). Rags to Enrichment: The use of waster plastic piping for enrichment devices and cage furniture in primate enclosures at Edinburgh Zoo. Ratel 23 (5): 174-177.
  • Dittrich, L. (1984). on The Necessity to Promote Activity of Zoo Kept Wild Animals By Artificial Stimuli. Proceedings of Sve Summer Meeting, CL, Germany: 283-287.
  • Goodall, J. (1986). THE CHIMPANZEES OF GOMBE: PATTERNS OF BEHAVIOR. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
  • Law, G. ; MacDonald, A. ; Reid A. 1997 Dispelling some common misconceptions about the keeping of felids in captivity. International Zoo Yearbook 35: 197-207.
  • Markowitz, H. (1982). Behavioural Enrichment in the Zoo. Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York.
  • Williams, B. ; Waran, N. ; Carruthers, J. ; Young, R. (1991) The effects of a moving bait on the behaviour of captive cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus). Animal Welfare 5: 271-281.
  • Young R. ; Carruthers J. ; Lawrence A. (1994). The effect of a foraging device (The Edinburgh Foodball) on the behaviour of pigs. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 39: 237-247.
  • Edinburgh Zoo Annual Report (1986)

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