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Investigation and management of disease in wild animals


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

Accession: 002416703



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