The Ampijoroa Chelonian Captive Breeding Center is a conservation breeding program for critically endangered tortoise and turtle species in Madagascar. It was established by long-time Species360 member Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust to breed and reintroduce the species into their native habitat.
Discovery Place Nature in Charlotte, North Carolina is a non-profit nature museum with a small animal collection. They are part of a network of four museums throughout the Carolinas focused on STEM education.
Gulf World Marine Park is an aquarium in Panama City Beach, Florida. Their parent organization, Dolphin Discovery, has been involved in the study and conservation of marine mammals for over 20 years. Their non-profit arm, Gulf World Marine Institute, rehabilitates injured marine mammals and sea turtles.
Research partners, while not technically members, do have read-only access to 11 reports and tools of anonymous data that are available on individual species. These tools have been found to be useful in advancing conservation science research. Welcome to our new Research Partners!
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Sorrento Therapeutics and their ARK Animal Health subsidiary is a clinical stage biotechnology company that is involved in physical research on therapies focused on oncology and the treatment of chronic cancer pain in wildlife.