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Isolation of this pathogen from both camels and horses poses new challenges to the international trade of equids from and to countries where camels are raised.
The kunga equid is generally accepted as an onager-donkey cross, a type of 'mule', which preceded the appearance of the horse in Mesopotamia and was both stronger and faster than the only other available transport equid, the donkey.
H) Periodic outbreaks of VEE had occurred in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela since at least the 1920s, with hundreds of thousands of equine illnesses and tens of thousands of deaths; equids are the primary virus amplifier hosts for human infections (9,10).
These vectors have the ability to broaden the virus' amplification host range to other avian or mammalian species in habitats that pose greater risk for incidental hosts, such as humans and equids.
Group 3 Samples came from 3 sporadic cases of Group 3a (PRL1) glanders in draught equids from the Faisalabad district during different years (2002, 2006, and 2000, respective Group 3b (PRL41) to subgroup listing).
Venezuelan equine encephalitis (VEE) is a potentially fatal, reemerging disease in tropical America (the portions of North, South, and Central America between the tropics of Cancer and Capricorn) that can cause outbreaks involving hundreds of thousands of humans and equids.
A palaeocommunity incorporating large tracts of secondary grassland (dry grasslands where factors such as grazing impede woody growth) is suggested by high proportions of alcelaphine antelopes and equids in the archeological fauna.
mallei causes natural glanders, a rare disease of equids (1), although it can also cause rare infections in humans (2).
Skeletal material from equids is rare on West African archaeological sites generally, and the discovery of multiple horse/pony skeletons on this site is quite unusual.
Actually, while treating the topic of donkeys, the author also deals with other equids, such as onagers, horses, and hybrids.
UXBRIDGE - Jay Merriam, a pioneer in equitarian outreach on behalf of the world's estimated 100 million working equids, received the President's Award during the Dec.
The Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society (BEHS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of horses and other equids by educating and helping owners, assisting law enforcement agencies, rehabilitating abused horses and placing them into safe, permanent homes.