DZG

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AcronymDefinition
DZGDeutschen Zöliakie Gesellschaft (German Coeliac Society, to help people with coeliac disease or Dermatitis Herpetiformis Duhring)
DZGDeutsche Zentrale für Globetrotter (German travel club)
DZGDierenartsen Zonder Grenzen (German: Veterinarians without Borders)
DZGDudley Zoological Gardens (UK)
DZGDeutsche Zoologische Gesellschaft eV (German: German Zoological Society eV; est. 1890)
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Two newborn baby meerkats have made their first steps outdoors at Dudley Zoological Gardens.
Dudley Zoological Gardens curator Richard Brown said: "This is a species we've wanted as part of our expanding animal collection for many years so it's great we've been able to welcome Reggie and we know he'll be a very popular addition with our visitors.
30, 2018, by Dudley Zoological Gardens, showing snow leopard named Margaash which was euthanised after escaping from its enclosure at Dudley Zoo, in Dudley England.
Photo issued by Dudley Zoological Gardens of Margaash, a snow leopard which was shot after escaping from its enclosure at Dudley Zoo
IT'S a sign of a close bond that keepers can communicate with chimps at Dudley Zoological Gardens and understand their needs through hand signals.
''MANUFACTURING, Past, Present and Future" was celebrated at the Institute of Directors' Black Country Dinner at Dudley Zoological Gardens and Castle.
Melanie Robertshaw and Robert Willey, from Tennyson Avenue, joined staff at Dudley Zoological Gardens.
Dudley Zoological Gardens (DZG) press officer Rachel Hickman said: "Katherine's face was a picture when she realise4d what was happening and we're delighted we were able to play a part in their special day.
Shocked looking residents are cleaned up at Dudley Zoological Gardens KEEPERS at a Midlands zoo doused their lemurs in talcum powder in a fragrant bid to end a feud among the community.
In 2005 the artist collective known as Gavin Wade mit Simon & Tom Bloor appropriated two of Lubetkin's abandoned structures, known as Kiosk 1 & 2 (originally used to sell sweets and ice cream), designed by the architect and his Tecton Group in 1937 for the Dudley Zoological Gardens near Birmingham.
Dudley Zoological Gardens is shining the spotlight on one of Africa's most endangered species on Bank Holiday Monday as it raises funds for Zimbabwe-based Painted Dog Conservation.
Keepers at Dudley Zoological Gardens have expressed their delight over the new arrival of one of the rarest birds on the planet.