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PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2005 8:39 am 
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Does anyone knows of any zoo that uses the organic methods?
Maybe feed animals with natural DE,using organics composts,fertilizers, or any other techinques.Plus, they have more than enough manure and leaves to make a compost pile(s) .I have always believe they especially should because of the health of animals and people. I know for one thing, I like the landscape designs of Ft. Worth Zoo. It has a lot of giant bur oaks, tall cedar elms and american elms, beautiful shumards, and many other trees. Another one is San Antonio Zoo, which nice live oaks everywhere. Sea World is also quite attractive. What do thou thinketh?




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PostPosted: Thu Feb 24, 2005 2:43 pm 
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That is a good question. I do not know the answer to it, though. It would definately be worth rattling their cages about. (No pun intended)!

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