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How tourism helps a learned society



How tourism helps a learned society



British Travel News (70): 15-18



The Director of Regents' Park and Whipsnade Zoos discusses the importance of tourism to the Zoological Society of London and to its zoos, as well as the history of the zoos, present day activities and the future.

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