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Chew on This: Evaluating Welfare in Giraffe Feeding Encounter Programs

Final Project Research Summary 2018

M.S. in Animals and Public Policy
Class of 2017-2018

Robin Kopplin
This study adds to the tools available for measuring stress and welfare of giraffes, primarily in animals involved in interactive feeding encounter programs at zoos. Its intent is to create measures to allow for further research into this area of visitor-animal interactions and giraffe welfare.

Robin Kopplin is working on MAPP research project “Chew on this: Evaluating welfare in Giraffa camelopardalis feeding encounter programs”

Robin Kopplin is working on MAPP research project “Chew on this: Evaluating welfare in Giraffa camelopardalis feeding encounter programs”

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Robin Kopplin presenting "Chew on This: Evaluating Welfare of Giraffa Camelopardalis During Feeding Encounter Programs"

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