Rabbi Natan Slifkinhttp://zootorah.com/donate
Natan Slifkin (Hebrew: נתן סליפקין; born 25 June 1975 in Manchester, England), popularly known as the "Zoo Rabbi," is the director of the Biblical Museum of Natural History in Beit Shemesh, Israel. He teaches about Torah perspectives on the animal kingdom at zoos, synagogues and seminaries throughout Israel and the United States; for more details and a taste of the experience, see www.zootorah.com. If you would like to subscribe to a series of Zoo Torah essays, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Rabbi Slifkin’s other published works include Seasons of Life: The Reflection of the Jewish Year in the Natural World; The Science of Torah: The Reflection of Torah in the Lam of Science, the Creation of the Universe, and the Development of Life; and Mysterious Creatures: Intriguing Torah Enigmas of Natural and Unnatural History, all published by Targum Press and available at Jewish bookstores or online at www.targum.com. His most recent publication is The Torah Encyclopedia of the Animal Kingdom, available for order at his website.
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|2015-03-22 – ב׳ בניסן ה׳תשע״ה||Shaḥarit, Rosh haShana for Fruit Trees (Tu biShvat), Erev Shabbat, Rosh Ḥodesh, Rosh haShana for Majesty, Rosh haShana for Domesticated Animals (behemot), Leil Shabbat, Rosh haShana for this World|