AQUATIS, THE LARGEST FRESHWATER AQUARIUM-VIVARIUM IN EUROPE, shared this video showing it team taking samples and then recording the data in ZIMS. Every day, your aquarists, keepers and veterinarians record information about the animals in their care. How much did they eat?…
As a Species360 member, the in situ conservation Projeto Bandeiras e Rodovias - Anteaters and Highways Project (Brazil) uses the Zoological Information Management System (ZIMS) to records data on 131 animals of 6 species.
“Millions of unique samples are at the core of our ability to care for and save individual animals and species, now and far into the future. ZIMS vastly improves how the zoo, aquarium, and wildlife communities manage sample resources worldwide," said Paul Calle, Chief Veterinarian and Vice President for Health Programs, Wildlife Conservation Society.
Species360 welcomes new member Kyoto City Zoo, Japan's second-oldest zoo.
A letter to Species360 members from Cheng Wen-Haur, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, provides an update on all that Species360 is doing to safeguard service levels and ensure financial health during the COVID-19 crisis.
For Saint Louis Zoo and other institutions, having animal keepers be frontline record keepers for husbandry information requires the addition of a new level of oversight. ZIMS Advanced Access Management (AAM) supports 120 keepers doing direct entry in in the husbandry module on a daily basis.
Every month, Species360 rolls out new features and enhancements to ZIMS for Husbandry and Aquatics, ZIMS for Medical, and ZIMS for Studbooks. Here is look at this year's releases, and what is ahead for ZIMS for Husbandry.
Canterbury College (UK) has joined Species360, and will use the educational platform LearnZIMS to support coursework in animal biology, animal science, and wildlife conservation.
As part of the global Species360 community, your teams contribute vital information on the animals in their care. That information is used by IUCN, CITES, and other conservation leaders, zoos, and aquariums worldwide to help improve the welfare of animals, advance medical treatments, and shape policies impacting species survival.
The zoo's team leader of reptiles and invertebrates, Dave Laux, says that according to the Zoological Information Management System (ZIMS), a global network of zoo records, no other zoo has recorded breeding the spiders in the past two decades.