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J. Barrington-Johnson. The Zoo: The Story of London Zoo. Robert Hale. 2005. 192pp.

Catharine E. Bell (editor). Encyclopedia of the World's Zoos. Taylor & Francis. 2001. 1577pp.

Stephen St. C. Bostock. Zoos and Animal Rights: The Ethics of Keeping Animals. Routledge. 1993. 227pp.

Jesse Donahue; Erik Trump. Political Animals: Public Art in American Zoos and Aquariums. Lexington Books. 2007. 203pp.

David Hancocks. A Different Nature: The Paradoxical World of Zoos and Their Uncertain Future. University of California Press. 2003. 302pp.

Elisabeth Hardouin-Fugier; Eric Baratay. Zoo: A History of Zoological Gardens in the West. Reaktion Books. 2004. 400pp.

R. J. Hoage; William A. Deiss (editor). New Worlds, New Animals: From Menagerie to Zoological Park in the Nineteenth Century. JHU Press. 1996. 198pp.

Vernon N. Kisling, Jr. (editor). Zoo and Aquarium History: Ancient Animal Collections to Zoological Gardens. Taylor and Francis. 2001. 415pp.

Nicole Mazur. After the Ark? Environmental Policy-Making and the Zoo. Melbourne University Press. 2001. 276pp.

Bob Mullan; Garry Marvin. Zoo Culture. University of Illinois Press. 1998. 172pp. 2nd Edition.

Nigel Rothfels. Savages and Beasts: The Birth of the Modern Zoo. JHU Press. 2002. 268pp.

John Sedgwick. The Peaceable Kingdom: A Year in the Life of America's Oldest Zoo. William Morrow. 1988. 413pp.

Stephen Spotte. Zoos in Postmodernism: Signs and Simulation. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. 2006. 208pp.

Colin Tudge. Last Animals at the Zoo: How Mass Extinction Can be Stopped. Island Press. 1992. 266pp.

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