Essentials of Disease in Wild Animals by Gary A. Wobeser

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Subjects:

  • Veterinary Science,
  • Science,
  • Medical,
  • Public Health,
  • Veterinary Medicine - General,
  • Diseases,
  • Life Sciences - Zoology - General,
  • Medical / Veterinary Medicine / General,
  • Wildlife diseases

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The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages256
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8026745M
ISBN 100813805899
ISBN 109780813805894

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There are at least 39 important diseases people catch directly from animals. There are at least 48 important diseases people get from the bite of bugs that bit an infected animal. And there are at least 42 important diseases that people get by ingesting.

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edition. edited by Elizabeth S. Williams and Ian K. Barker. Iowa State Press: Ames, IA   Archibald Rutledge, a writer and naturalist, recalls that when he was a plantation boy he kept many wild animals as pets, one of them being a little white-tailed deer.

One day he found that his pet had torn a nasty gash in its side on a barbed-wire fence. Dermatophilosis is a disease caused by a type of bacteria that can infect the skin and hair of both people and animals. The disease is spread from animals to people through touching an infected animal.

Deer are the most common wildlife infected. Affected animals may have a “paintbrush” appearance of matted hair. Investigate the animal kingdom, exploring the worlds of mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians and find out how they raise their young, where in the world they make their homes and what it means for some of these animals to be endangered.

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Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Wild animals in zoos, aquariums and nature parks, as well as in research facilities, exist in total dependence on humans within environments designed for specific purposes.

Carrier: an animal that harbours a disease-causing organism in its body, and which appears healthy and does not exhibit outwards signs of disease, thus acting as a carrier or distributor of the disease agent.

Cervidae: the family of ruminants containing deer, elk, caribou and moose. All infected species develop the disease. Infection occurs when animals with the disease come into contact with animals that do not have it.

The disease can enter the body of an animal when the germ is breathed in, or taken in from contaminated grazing areas, get into contact with bruises or cuts on the skin or during mating. - Brucellosis is a serious disease and it can be passed especially from feral pigs to human.

- Cat Scratch fever is the clinical syndrome and it is a result of the bite or the scratch of fever and it is the results of the transmission of bacteria.

- Escherichia Coli is found normally in the gut flora of the wild birds, pets, goats, sheep and goats.1. Introduction. Amongst the species listed as human pathogens 60 per cent are presented as zonootic (Cleaveland et al.,Woolhouse and Gowtage-Sequeria, ).How parasite/pathogen communities of humans have been built-up in time and space has been the aim of several historical, ecological and evolutionarily studies (McNeill,Wolfe et al.,Dunn et al.,Gómez et al Cited by: In book: Management of Disease in Wild Mammals, Publisher: Springer Japan, Editors: Delahay, Richard J.

and Smith, Graham C. and Hutchings, Michael R., pp Cite this publication Paul C Cross.

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