As we come to appreciate more about the habits and behaviour of animals, the enclosures that we consider suitable at zoos become both larger and less intrusive. The forerunner of such projects was London Zoo's Snowden Aviary, but there have been great advances in both technology and behaviour studies since then. One of the latest schemes is at Burger's Zoo in Arnheim, The Netherlands, where architect Officium Design Engineering of Stuttgart, Germany, has designed an enclosure for leopards ...
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