Small mammals often get a raw deal in both general conservation terms and zoos in comparison to large and "charismatic" megafauna. The impact of this bias is often reflected in the lacklustre way that small taxa are exhibited to the public at many zoos. However, there are also many positive examples out there of zoos which house endangered small mammals and manage to integrate both enclosures with excellent husbandry whilst also providing innovative educational displays and content for the public. The purpose of this thread is for zoochatters to highlight, discuss and compare the way that zoos display / showcase the smaller lesser known mammals of conservation concern taking into consideration these factors : * Enclosure design - Husbandry / needs of animal , enrichment, general aesthetics. * Educational value - Information signs, interactive displays (audio-visual etc), environmental education / conservation related talks. What are some examples of the best enclosure / exhibit design that you have seen at a zoo for an endangered small mammal species ?