RZSSRoyal Zoological Society of Scotland
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David Barclay, RZSS cat conservation project officer, said: "It goes without saying that our hopes were lifted when Katrine was captured on video with what appeared to be a rather large abdomen, indicating that she may indeed be pregnant.
RZSS is developing plans to deliver the first UK reintroduction project for wildcats, with potential release sites being explored in key locations.
Ben Supple, head of marketing, communications and membership at RZSS said: "AKA Scotland's approach to planning and experience of working with audience segmentation tools were important factors in our decision to award it the account."
Dr Alex Ball, from RZSS's WildGenes Programme, said: "It was a surprise for us to find trinkets made from woolly mammoth ivory in circulation so early into our testing.
Perhaps with that in mind, the RZSS has drawn up a list of four names for their young male cub - Artor, Hamish, MacKinnon or Poulsen.
Pupils took part in a variety of interactive and fun sessions focusing on Scottish native species, their habitats and how RZSS is helping to conserve them.
Jaguar Land Rover China will continue to work closely with RZSS on an education programme that aims to enhance Sino-UK relations.
Al Ain: Al Ain Zoo has teamed up with WildGenes Laboratory, a genetic laboratory at the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS), to use the laboratory's DNA expertise for a research project on the zoo's Arabian sand cat population.
On 4 December 2011, subject to final regulatory approval, FedEx Corp will work in conjunction with the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS) and the China Wildlife Conservation Association (CWCA) to transport the giant pandas from Chengdu Airport in China to Edinburgh Airport in Scotland on a Boeing 777F.
The Scottish Beaver Trial (SBT), being carried out by the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS) and the Scottish Wildlife Trust (SWT), is a five-year pilot project to see how beavers cope in Scottish habitats and assess their impact on the environment.
David Windmill, chief executive of the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS), which owns both facilities, said: "Mercedes has been an extremely popular animal at Edinburgh Zoo and watching her leave was a poignant experience".
David Windmill, Chief Executive of RZSS, said: "It is an opportunity to work on a global level to gain a better understanding."