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Dr. Marc T. Valitutto

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General Curator , Veterinarian

Staten Island Zoo
614 Broadway
Staten Island, New York 10310
United States

Company Description: In August 1933 the Staten Island Zoological Society was organized to create and administer a zoo located in Clarence T. Barrett Park on Staten Island. The formal...   more
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Employment History

Education

  • University of Pennsylvania
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LRWC - staff
www.lrwc.net, 22 June 2013 [cached]
Dr. Marc Valitutto, VMD, Veterinarian
This fascinating behind-the-scenes tour, ...
www.lrwc.net, 22 June 2013 [cached]
This fascinating behind-the-scenes tour, for up to six (6) people, is courtesy of LRWC's consulting veterinarian, Dr. Marc Valitutto.
Your trip will include a meet and greet with CC, the zoo's famous sloth! You can meet CC and Marc in this video from a recent visit to the Today Show.
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Dr. Marc Valitutto, General Curator and Veterinarian for the Staten Island Zoo (and LRWC's vet) will make a house call for an avian or exotic pet (no cats or dogs). This house call must be arranged at a mutually agreeable time and date.
The joeys are about 100 days ...
www.silive.com, 31 Mar 2014 [cached]
The joeys are about 100 days old, said Dr. Marc Valitutto, the Zoo's general curator and veterinarian. "I saw them hairless in the pouch -- they are kind of gummy-looking," he added, anticipating that the joeys may emerge from their pouches two to three months from now.
HOLSTEIN CALVES
New arrivals also include two one-month-old, black-and-white-coated Holstein calves, yet to be named.
The calves -- born on Patterson Farms in Auburn, N.Y., a sixth-generation dairy and crop farm in Cayuga County -- "are on loan for the season," Dr. Valitutto said.
The pair will be returned to the farm and life in the milking industry in October, by which time they may weigh as much as 400 pounds, he explained. The animals will top the scales at 1,500 to 2,000 pounds when fully grown, he added.
"It was actually this particular Chuck's ...
www.ny1.com [cached]
"It was actually this particular Chuck's first time, so he [had] a little bit of stage fright," said Dr. Marc Valitutto, a curator and veterinarian at the Staten Island Zoo.
Marc Valitutto, ...
www.aazv.org [cached]
Marc Valitutto, VMD
Veterinarian, Staten Island Zoological Society, Staten Island, New York, USA
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