S Ben-Yakir

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Bone fractures are common in both wild and captive birds (1, 2). Avian bones are thin and brittle and tend to break into fragments or shatter upon a variety of natural events (midair collisions, fights with other animals; ref. 2) or anthropogenic experiences (wounding by gunfire, collisions with cars or fences, encounters with traps, attacks by dogs or(More)
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