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Regurgitation as a weaning strategy - a selective review on an old subject in a new light


, : Regurgitation as a weaning strategy - a selective review on an old subject in a new light. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 36(1): 47-64

Regurgitation is a way of feeding animals, usually the young, by disgorging partially digested food. Except for a similar way of feeding in some species of birds, regurgitation is used exclusively by canids.

Accession: 002477389

DOI: 10.1016/0168-1591(93)90098-a

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