“The Zoological Society of London 1826-1976 and Beyond” 1976
Symposia of the Zoological Society of London Number 40
p.226 ‘The Role Of Education’ written by W.S. Bullough (Department of Zoology, Birkbeck College and Feona Hamilton (Assistant Librarian, The Zoological Society of London)
“Other experimental activities of the time [1930’s] were the establishment of the popular magazine Zoo (later known as Animal and Zoo Magazine) which was widely used in schools; of the Zoological Film Productions Ltd, which made some 12 popular films, six educational films, and thousands of feet of film for scientific record; and of a Studio for Animal Art begun by Dr Juilian Huxley with grants from County Councils, the Slade School of Art, and the Royal Academy.