EXPOSURE OF FREE-RANGING MANED WOLVES (CHRYSOCYON BRACHYURUS) TO INFECTIOUS AND PARASITIC DISEASE AGENTS IN THE NOËL KEMPFF MERCADO NATIONAL PARK, BOLIVIA

@inproceedings{Deem2005EXPOSUREOF,
  title={EXPOSURE OF FREE-RANGING MANED WOLVES (CHRYSOCYON BRACHYURUS) TO INFECTIOUS AND PARASITIC DISEASE AGENTS IN THE NO{\"E}L KEMPFF MERCADO NATIONAL PARK, BOLIVIA},
  author={Sharon L. Deem and Louise. Emmons},
  booktitle={Journal of zoo and wildlife medicine : official publication of the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians},
  year={2005}
}
  • S. DeemL. Emmons
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    1 June 2005
  • Biology
Abstract Maned wolves (Chrysocyon brachyurus) are neotropic mammals, listed as a CITES Appendix II species, with a distribution south of the Amazon forest from Bolivia, through northern Argentina and Paraguay and into eastern Brazil and northern Uruguay. Primary threats to the survival of free-ranging maned wolves include habitat loss, road kills, and shooting by farmers. An additional threat to the conservation of maned wolves is the risk of morbidity and mortality due to infectious and… 

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