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Documents the history of scientific animal care and conservation research at the San Diego Zoo, from Ellen Browning Scripps funding of the Louis Gill designed Zoological Hospital and Biological Research Institute, Dr. Kurt Benirschke's founding of the Frozen Zoo and CRES, California Condor recovery efforts, to 'Kicks for Critters' fundraising efforts by Rolf Benirschke, San Diego Chargers place kicker and son of Dr. Kurt Benirschke.
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California condor Endangered species Benirschke, Rolf Gill, Louis San Diego Zoo Scripps, Ellen Browning Benirschke, Kurt
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