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Capture myopathy in an endangered sandhill crane (Grus canadensis pulla)


Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 22(4): 488-493
Capture myopathy in an endangered sandhill crane (Grus canadensis pulla)
Despite precautions to protect cranes, a 3-year-old endangered Mississippi sandhill crane, G. canadensis pulla, was found caught in a leghold trap in Gautier, Mississippi, USA, on 11 November 1987. The bird could have been in the trap for up to 16 h and was standing and struggling to escape when it was discovered.


Accession: 002042823

DOI: 10.2307/20095194



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