Better enclosures key for health of carnivores in zoos

By Nina Massey
Updated December 11 2023 - 12:00pm, first published 11:58am
Jaguars were among the most active animals when provided with additional enrichment. (AP PHOTO)
Jaguars were among the most active animals when provided with additional enrichment. (AP PHOTO)

Just like humans, carnivores in zoos react positively when their homes have received some TLC, research suggests.

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