It should be read alongside the report from researchers within the Scottish Government's Justice Analytical Services ( study, which is based on interviews and intelligence gathering from key informants including police, local authorities and the third sector.It is important to note that this review does not purport to provide a comprehensive and definitive account of the evidence on prostitution, but rather, constitutes a collation of the material which could be identified and accessed within a relatively short space of time.Hello, At Edinburgh Zoo we have had two exciting birth announcements this week.

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The foursome was born to mum Mina and dad Ynigo on Tuesday, 29th October and are doing very well.

Although they are tiny at the moment, the piglets will grow to weigh between 30kg and 40kg, depending on their sex.

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The keepers will wait until the piglets are a few weeks older and more independent from Mina before sexing and naming them.

Native to the Visayan Islands in the Philippines, the Visayan warty pig is Critically Endangered, and is now found in only two per cent of its original range.The Highland Wildlife Park is open 10am until 4pm each day, whilst Edinburgh Zoo is open 9am until pm.This year at the Fringe all areas of the BBCwill combine their talents under one roof near Bristo Square from the 12th to the 27th of August to bring you the funny.Adana, which means “her father’s daughter”, was weighed by keepers on Monday and came in at a healthy 10.5kg; she will continue to put on roughly 250 grams every day. Mum Ellen was herself born at Edinburgh Zoo in 2005, named after yachtswoman Ellen Mc Arthur, and this is her third female youngster born to dad Otto.Leishan was born in 2009 and Eve on New Year’s Eve in 2011.In news from our veterinary department, Edinburgh Zoo has just received official approval to become a residency training centre for the European College of Zoological Medicine (Zoo Health Management).