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Toronto will soon be home to North America's first biogas plant that converts exotic animal poo and grocery store food waste into useable energy.

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Dr. Chris Dutton explains why math is important in veterinary science at the Toronto Zoo. (video courtesy of vroc.ca)

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Dr. Mastromonaco, reproductive biotechnologist, discusses the math and science behind reproduction at the Toronto Zoo & advice to students interested in pursuing a career in biotechnology. Video courtesy vroc.ca

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This poster is part of the DNA Barcoding at the Toronto Zoo project & was created by students from the Biotech Club at Donald A. Wilson Secondary School

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This poster is part of the DNA Barcoding at the Toronto Zoo project & was created by students from the Biotech Club at Donald A. Wilson Secondary School

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This poster is part of the DNA Barcoding at the Toronto Zoo project & was created by students from the Biotech Club at Donald A. Wilson Secondary School

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res-studentproject 

This poster is part of the DNA Barcoding at the Toronto Zoo project & was created by students from the Biotech Club at Donald A. Wilson Secondary School

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This poster is part of the DNA Barcoding at the Toronto Zoo project & was created by students from the Biotech Club at Donald A. Wilson Secondary School

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Humans aren't the only creatures with the ability to read.

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Scientists at the Toronto Zoo engage in critical research for species protection and conservation. We talk to Gabriela Mastromonaco to find out what being a Reproductive Physiologist at the Zoo is all about.

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