Canidae

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Can·i·dae

(kan'i-dē),
A family of the Carnivora including the dogs, coyotes, wolves, and foxes.
[L. canis, dog]
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Wild canids (e.g., foxes and coyotes), dogs, and (less commonly) cats act as definitive hosts, which harbor adult parasites in the small intestine without apparent clinical disease.
Diet of the raccoon dog Nyctereutes procyonoides - A canid with an opportunistic foraging strategy.
Body mass, territory size, and life-history tactics in a socially monogamous canid, the red fox Vulpes vulpes.--J.
Kreeger, "Canids," in Zoo Animal & Wildlife Immobilization and Anesthesia.
A genome-wide perspective on the evolutionary history of enigmatic wolf-like canids. Genome Res., 21:1294-1305.
Obviously, over long periods of time, those canids that were unable to assimilate to the partnership--too violent to be domesticated or too inefficient to be hunters--were bred out of the wolf-dog population.
Human infection occurs due to ingestion of the tapeworm eggs acquired from the feces of the definitive canid host; most people become infected with E.
Due to the low level of human jackal conflicts it seems that conservation measures for the species would be easier to enforce than with other sympatric canids (Giannatos, 2004).
In canids, this parasite is usually found in the right kidney due to its proximity to the duodenum and can cause renal atrophy, pelvis dilation, fibrosis, urethral obstruction, chronic inflammation or even total destruction of the renal parenchyma.
In two other games of the day, Mersin BE-yE-kE-ehir Belediyesi beat Ceyhan Belediyesi 66-62 and Canid Belediyesi defeated Samsun Basketbol 77-61.
But whenever the poems begin to tilt a bit too far toward the morose, Carey offers humorous fare, delivered no less gracefully, like "Mother Told Me" and "Coyote's Lament", a glimpse into the mind of a certain Road Runner-chasing canid.
Thursday Fantastic Mr Fox Film4 9pm George Clooney voices Mr Fox, the canny canid who refuses to put his farm-raiding days to rest in this stop-motion comedy.