At the beginning of the 20th century most wildlife farms and zoos around the world captured animal specimens in the wild and displayed these animals like museum exhibits, enclosing them in small cages that limit their opportunities to behave in a natural way. Today most wildlife farms and zoos make animal welfare their highest priority by keeping animals in specially designed enclosures that mimic their natural habitats. Zoo officials use care when building up their animal collections. To avoid decimating animal populations in the wild, zoos no longer rely on newly captured specimens to stock their collection. Instead they now try to breed a significant proportion of their animals using captive animals.

Lombija Wildlife foundation will house a wide variety of species to attract visitors. It will also focus on species that are in special need of protection. This way, novel captive-breeding techniques shall be employed to prevent the extinction of these species.

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