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BackgroundDomestic dogs are not native to sub-Saharan Africa, which may account for their susceptibility to Babesia rossi, of… Expand BackgroundBabesia rossi, which is transmitted by Haemaphysalis spp. and is highly virulent to domestic dogs, occurs only in sub… Expand Abstract.
Black-backed jackals (Canis mesomelas, Schreber, 1775) survive in a wide range of environments. Their foraging… Expand Phylogenetic relationships of rabies viruses recovered from black-backed jackals (Canis mesomelas) and domestic dogs (Canis… Expand Human-wildlife interactions play an important role in shaping perceptions and conservation paradigms and the livelihoods in… Expand The epidemiology of rabies in Canis adustus (the side-striped jackal) and Canis mesomelas (the black-backed jackal) in Zimbabwe… Expand Fieldwork conducted during November 1995 to March 1997 revealed that jackal numbers in Mokolodi Nature Reserve (MNR) fluctuated… Expand Serum cortisol levels were found to be higher in a group of captive untamed black-backed jackals (Canis mesomelas) than in a… Expand Babesia canis was successfully transmitted from the domestic dog to 3 wild dogs Lycaon pictus and 4 black-backed jackals Canis… Expand