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felids

cats.
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Serum concentrations of lipids in twelve captive wild felid species at four zoos.
Dietary contribution of broad taxonomic categories of prey was compared for the two felids using a separate chisquare test for each category of prey (Reynolds and Aebischer, 1991; Wright, 2010).
We predict that the BIS monitor also could prove to be particularly useful in anesthesia of other wild animal species known for a similar behavior, such as opossums (Didelphis marsupialis) (21); species with prolonged anesthetic apnea because of a diving reflex, such as pinnipeds (22); or potentially dangerous animals, such as large felids or ursids in which sudden awakenings are particularly hazardous for involved personnel.
It is worth mentioning that a Yemeni-Kuwaiti Ministerial Committee has been founded in 2010 aiming at strengthening the cooperation relations between the two countries in different felids.
When catlike predators called felids arrive on their idyllic island, lead by a vicious hunter named Carnassial, Dusk must guide his companions to safety in a new environment.
FL-22] "Great Cats and Rare Canids Act of 2005" To assist in the conservation of rare felids and rare canids (big cats and dogs) by supporting and providing financial resources for the conservation programs of nations within the range of rare felid and rare canid populations and projects of persons with demonstrated expertise in the conservation of rare felid and rare canid populations.
Although the kodkod, Oncifelis guigna, and Andean Mountain cat, Oreailurus jacobita, are the two cats in most immediate danger of extinction in Latin America, information on these felids is very scarce.
1987; Willig and Owen, 1987a), results showed elevated levels of fluctuating asymmetry when compared to other felids, but no differences between sexes.
CPXV, which causes only mild infection in humans, contains the largest genome of all sequenced orthopoxviruses ([approximately equal to] 220 kb), encodes 223 open reading frames (ORFs), and has a broad host range that includes rodents, humans, felids, bovids, and voles (7-10).
wiedii are other large felids previously recorded in the area (CharreMedellin, 2009).
In practical terms, there should be screening for animals that could pose a threat to other people: venomous reptiles, exotic felids, primates, other exotic carnivores, elephants, rhinos, hippos, and exotic hoof stock, for example.