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    Default International Species Information System Physiological Data Reference Values - 1999

    I.S.I.S. (International Species Information System) is a computer-based information system for wild animal species held in captivity. The ISIS central database contains information on over 1.65 million zoological animals of nearly 15,000+taxa, approximately 10,000 species held in 586 institutions in 72 countries on 6 continents. ISIS’ Animal Records Keeping System (ARKS) is used for institutional animal records by its’ members. ISIS offers services of immediate use to zoological institutions, and is building an accessible archive of the data needed for the longer term.

    Basic biological information such as age, sex, parentage, place of birth, and circumstance of death is collected by ISIS and used for many different kinds of reports and analyses of the status of captive populations. ISIS also serves as a center for cooperative development of zoological software for in-facility use.

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