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Investigation and management of disease in wild animals


, : Investigation and management of disease in wild animals. Investigation and management of disease in wild animals: vi + 265 pp.

This book is divided into three sections. The first, the introduction, discusses basic principles of disease and epidemiology, and special problems in working with free-living animals.

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