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Protecting black-footed ferrets and prairie dogs against sylvatic plague

Development of vaccines and methods to deploy them, to reduce the threat of this serious illness on the population of these wild animals.

by Rocke, Tonie E.
U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2008-3087
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Related topics:
Capturing (animals), Endangered species, Mammalogy, Mammals, Pathology, Therapeutic methods, Wildlife, Wildlife disease
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