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Photo Ark: Joel Sartore images featured in ZIMS

There is a new look on the ZIMS login and desktop screens, featuring images by famed wildlife photographer Joel Sartore. As founder of the Photo Ark, a 25-year effort by National Geographic to photograph every species in human care around the globe, Joel is an increasingly more familiar face among conservationists and educators. He often visits zoos and aquariums as he photographs individual animals representing their species.
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Supporting Animal Welfare: 7 New features make it easier for institutions to record and share data

In case you missed it! Here are recent enhancements to ZIMS for Care and Welfare. Using feedback from our members, we implemented improvements that make it easier and faster to track animal welfare, model processes for peer teams, and more quickly rollout templates designed for each species.
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New in ZIMS: Batch Edit!

Have you ever written a batch note or observation and then wanted to edit the batch? Now you can! The ZIMS for Husbandry team added this functionality that was requested by Species360 members. When creating notes and observations using a batch action, you can edit the individual record afterwards. When editing the record, you will see the option to edit for the entire batch or for the individual.
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New in ZIMS for Medical: Upload lab test results from Gribbles Australia and Gribbles New Zealand

NEW in ZIMS! Test Result Upload for Gribbles New Zealand and Gribbles Australia Zoo, aquarium, and wildlife veterinary teams can now upload Gribbles Australia test lab results directly to ZIMS for Medical. By adding lab results directly to the animal's medical records, the Test Result Upload feature reduces manual data entry and improves the accuracy of records.
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