legislation and security in zoos
Case study- the new exhibit is for a new group of western lowland gorillas which will consists of a group of related 2 females and 2 female juveniles which will be introduced to a new large exhibit with indoor and outdoor space (both cage style) where the public can view both indoor and outdoor enclosures, but with a gap of 1 metre in between the public barrier and the security fence of the exhibit. there is a large risk involved with introducing a new male as he could potentially kill the offspring and harm the females. this is critically endangered species, so breeding is crucial to the success of the breeding programme.
identify all relevant UK legislation for the case study including that which affects the public,the employees and security and using relevant referencing.
– critique of security techniques which could be implemented for the security of the animal, humans and biohazards. and using relevant referencing, linking it back to the case study and the western lowland gorilla.
– recommendations of which security techniques should be implemented in relation to this case study, linking it back to the western lowland gorilla.
– BIOSECURITY AND ANIMAL ESCAPE IS KEY WITH UK LEGISLATION.
– Needed before 4 o’clock tomorrow. tried to ask if it was possible on the online chat, but got no answer.
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