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Brown hyenas Parahyaena brunnea in Prague Zoo - a short recapitulation on the occassion of 33 years of breeding Hyeny cabrakove Parahyaena brunnea v prazske zoo - kratka rekapitulace k 33 vyroci chovu


, : Brown hyenas Parahyaena brunnea in Prague Zoo - a short recapitulation on the occassion of 33 years of breeding Hyeny cabrakove Parahyaena brunnea v prazske zoo - kratka rekapitulace k 33 vyroci chovu. Gazella. 1 January; 28: 33-41


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Kent, V.T.; Hill, R.A., 2013: The importance of farmland for the conservation of the brown hyaena Parahyaena brunnea. The conservation of wide-ranging, territorial carnivores presents many challenges, not least the inadequacy of many protected areas in providing sufficient space to allow such species to maintain viable populations. As a result populations occurri...

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Lacruz, R.; Maude, G., 2005: Bone accumulations at brown hyena Parahyaena brunnea den sites in the Makgadikgadi Pans, northern Botswana taphonomic, behavioral and palaeoecological implications. Bone accumulations at five brown hyena den sites representing two clans in the Makgadikgadi Pans region of northern Botswana were studied. Our intent was to assess the correlation between the taxonomic abundance at these den sites and the local fa...

Volf, Jiri, 1996: Keeping and breeding of brown hyenas (Hyaena brunnea Thunberg, 1820) in the Zoological Garden of Prague. The population of the Brown hyena in captivity is declining or at a standstill. The same can be taken for granted with animals imported from the wild and the number of breeders. In the Prague Zoological Garden, Brown hyenas have been kept in the y...

Burroughs, R.E.J.; Penzhorn, B.L.; Wiesel, I.; Barker, N.; Vorster, I.; Oosthuizen, M.C., 2016: Piroplasms in brown hyaenas (Parahyaena brunnea) and spotted hyaenas (Crocuta crocuta) in Namibia and South Africa are closely related to Babesia lengau. NlmCategory="UNASSIGNED">The objective of our study was identification and molecular characterization of piroplasms and rickettsias occurring in brown (Parahyaena brunnea) and spotted hyaenas (Crocuta crocuta) from various localities...

Volf, Jiri, 1998: First natural breeding of brown hyenas (Hyaena brunnea Thunberg, 1820). In 1996, Zoo Prague restored the breeding of Brown hyenas. In 1997, two young were successful hand-reared. In the first phase of this rearing the pulverized products Welpenmilch Canina and Welpenbrei Canina were used. In Table 1 the diurnal food d...

Volf, Jiri., 1998: First natural rearing of brown hyenas Hyaena brunnea Thunberg, 1820 in captivity Erste naturliche Aufzucht von Braunen Hyanen Hyaena brunnea Thunberg, 1820 in Menschenobhut. In 1996, Zoo Prague restored the breeding of Brown hyenas. In 1997, two young were successful hand-reared. In the first phase of this rearing the pulverized products Welpenmilch Canina and Welpenbrei Canina were used. In Table 1 the diurnal food d...

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