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              Zoo Animal Databases & Associations



              ZIMS:?ZIMS Find Animals
              The Zoological Information Management System (ZIMS) is the updated version of the International Species Inventory System (ISIS). It lists the full inventories of every zoo which is a member of the system. ?To make a specific enquiry for the species you are interested in (the email address isnews@isis.org).

              Global Species:?Global Species : Institutions and Zoos
              This is a very useful collection of lists created from the ISIS records up to the last year they were publicly available (2011). It contains zoos worldwide, arranged alphabetically, but only contains those zoos which were ISIS members. You can search only by zoo, not by species. The lists are mostly accurate (as of 2011) but there are various errors due to mistakes in the ISIS records (e.g. “ghost entries”, incorrectly-inputted data, etc).


              This is a user-edited German website (with an English version) for all the zoo collections in Europe, as well as some from further afield (Israel, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Qatar and the UAE). You can search by species (which will give you a complete list of all zoos holding that species) or by zoo (which will give you a complete list of species held at that zoo). It also has listings for species formerly held in European collections.


              Australia:?Australia Forums
              New Zealand:?New Zealand Forums

              These two forums on Zoochat contain stickied threads listing mammals, birds and herptiles.


              Some zoo bodies have full yearly inventories of the member-collections, which are available to members but not to the public. ?Some of the individual zoos in Asia have yearly inventories on their websites.

              All the zoos in India are government-owned (there is a list here:?Indian Zoo List) and on the ZooWise site for the Central Zoo Authority (CZA) of India you can search for complete listings by zoo, by species, and by year.


              South Africa
              PAAZA Animal Keeper Training?

              ANIMAL GROUPS:

              This site covers cetaceans in collections worldwide.

              Marine Mammals (cetaceans, pinnipeds, sirenians)
              Sun Sentinel Marine Mammal Database
              This particular database is formed from information from the National Marine Fisheries Service, which keeps an inventory of marine mammals.

              Polar Bears
              Polar Bears in Zoos

              Elephant Database

              Asian Elephants at the Zoological Gardens of the World

              Gorillasland Captive List

              The Gibbon Network

              ZOO ASSOCIATIONS

              *World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA):?WAZA?

              *All of Europe: European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA):?EAZA?

              *Austria: Austrian Zoo Organisation (OZO):?OZO?
              *Czech and Slovak Republics: Union of Czech and Slovak Zoos (UCSZOO):?UCSZOO
              *Denmark: Danish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (DAZA):?DAZA?
              *France: French Association of Zoological Parks (AFDPZ):?AFDPZ
              *Germany: German Federation of Zoological Gardens (VDZ):?VDZ?
              *Italy: Union of Italian Zoos and Aquariums (UIZA):?UIZA?
              *Netherlands: Dutch Zoo Federation (NVD):?NVD?
              *Russia: Euro-Asian Regional Association of Zoos and Aquariums (EARAZA):?EARAZA?
              *Spain and Portugal: Association of Iberian Zoos and Aquariums (AIZA):?AIZA
              *Switzerland: Swiss Association of Scientific Zoos (ZOOSchweiz):?ZOOSchweiz
              *UK: British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA):?BIAZA?

              *Zoo and Aquarium Association Australasia (ZAA) (formerly ARAZPA):?ZAA

              *Southeast Asia: South East Asian Zoos and Aquariums Association (SEAZA)
              *Southern Asia: South Asian Zoo Association for Regional Cooperation (SAZARC):?SAZARC?

              *China: Chinese Association of Zoos and Aquariums (CAZA):?CAZA
              *India: Central Zoo Authority (CZA):?CZA?
              *Indonesia: Indonesia Zoo and Aquarium Association (IZAA):?PKBSI?(only in Indonesian)
              *Japan: Japanese Association of Zoos and Aquariums (JAZA):?JAZA?
              *Malaysia: Malaysian Association of Zoological Parks and Aquaria (MAZPA):?MAZPA
              *Thailand: Zoological Park Organization Thailand:?Zoological Park Organization?

              THE AMERICAS
              *North America: American Zoo and Aquarium Association (AZA):?AZA?
              *North America: Zoological Association of America (ZAA):?ZAA?
              *Central America: Association of Meso American and Caribbean Zoos and Aquaria (AMACZOOA)
              *Central and South America: Latin American Zoo and Aquarium Association (ALPZA):?ALPZA

              *Canada: Canadian Zoo and Aquarium Association (CAZA):?CAZA
              *Mexico: Mexican Zoo and Aquarium Association (AZCARM):?AZCARM?(only in Spanish)
              *Brazil: Brazilian Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZAB) (formerly SZB):?AZAB?(only in Portuguese)
              *Colombia: Colombian Association of Zoos and Aquariums (ACOPAZOA):?ACOPAZOA?(only in Spanish)
              *Venezuela: National Foundation of Zoological Parks and Aquaria (FUNZPA)

              *Pan African Association of Zoological Gardens, Aquaria and Botanical Gardens (PAAZA):PAAZA

              MIDDLE EAST
              *Arabian Zoo and Aquarium Association (AZAA)
              *Israeli Zoo Association (IZA):?IZA

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