CRES - Conservation and Research for Endangered Species


The Zoological Society of San Diego's Conservation and Research for Endangered Species (CRES) is the largest zoo-based multidisciplinary research team in the world. Biodiversity conservation is the theme that unites the work of CRES, and scientific innovation is the means by which CRES achieves its success. CRES is the science of saving species. CRES scientists generate, share, and apply scientific knowledge vital to the conservation of animals, plants, and habitats, locally and internationally. CRES encompasses five research divisions: Applied Animal Ecology, Behavioral Biology, Genetics, Pathology, and Reproductive Physiology, as well as a dedicated Conservation Education Lab. Over the last 30 years, the work of CRES has grown to include international field conservation programs in more than 20 countries worldwide.


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