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The British Herpetological Society

  • Research
    The two main thrusts of the Research Committee's work are the BHS Student Grant Scheme and the BHS/ARC Joint Scientific Meeting.
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  • Education
    Established in 1980, the Young Herpetologists is the junior section of the British Herpetological Society open to anyone from the age of 5 to 17 years.
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  • Captive Breeding
    The work of the BHS Captive Breeding Committee includes a wide range of activities, including helping to co-ordinate breeding projects, advising government and other organizations on issues such as animal welfare, dangerous animals, husbandry, trade and legislation.
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  • Conservation
    The BHS Conservation Committee acts as a conduit to encourage members to become involved in UK conservation initiatives by working in partnership with the Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Trust (ARC Trust) and the Amphibian and Reptile Groups of the United Kingdom (ARG UK).
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  • Publications
    Our publications include The Herpetological Journal, a world ranked scientific Journal
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