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*  Beef cattle
If an animal is infected or suspected to have an illness, its owners are to report it immediately to a practicing veterinarian ... The original Shorthorn was also a dual-purpose breed, but it diverged into two groups through selective breeding. Most beef ... Due to the density of herd populations, illnesses can spread very quickly between cattle. Owners are expected to monitor their ... According to the Canadian National Farm Animal Care Council, beef cattle must have access to shelter from extreme weather, safe ...
*  Western cattle egret
Some populations of the cattle egret are migratory and others show post-breeding dispersal. The adult cattle egret has few ... Where numerous large animals are present, cattle egrets selectively forage around species that move at around 5-15 steps per ... The cattle egret can be a safety hazard to aircraft due to its habit of feeding in large groups in the grassy verges of ... In many areas populations can be both sedentary and migratory. In the northern hemisphere, migration is from cooler climes to ...
*  Scabies
Walton, SF; Currie, BJ (April 2007). "Problems in Diagnosing Scabies, a Global Disease in Human and Animal Populations". ... Crowded living conditions, such as those found in child-care facilities, group homes, and prisons, increase the risk of spread ... Walton SF, Currie BJ (2007). "Problems in Diagnosing Scabies, a Global Disease in Human and Animal Populations". Clinical ... The word scabies is from Latin: scabere, "to scratch". Other animals do not spread human scabies. Infection in other animals is ...
*  Heck cattle
Weak animals are shot by hunters in order to prevent unnecessary suffering. Others are at the Falkenthaler Rieselfelder near ... Rather they should be seen as a population of cattle in which a few aurochs characteristics may be found; a trait they share ... The ABU (Arbeitsgemeinschaft Biologischer Umweltschutz), a conservation group in Germany, started to crossbreed Heck cattle ... The herd grew to 20 animals, but in 2015 Gow had to slaughter all but six due to high levels of aggression. Heck horse ...
*  Warder Clyde Allee
ISBN 978-0-226-53237-0 Animal geographies Group selection Population density Superorganism "Warder Clyde Allee". britannica.com ... Animal Life and Social Growth (1932), The Social Life of Animals (1938), Principles of Animal Ecology, co-authored by Alfred E ... He also chaired the Committee on the Ecology of Animal Populations of the National Research Council which was established in ... His research findings led to many publications, with the most notable being Principles of Animal Ecology and Animal ...
*  Functional group (ecology)
There are generally two types of functional groups that range between flora and specific animal populations. Groups that relate ... A functional group is merely a set of species, or collection of organisms, that share alike characteristics within a community ... These groups share an indistinguishable part within their energy flow, providing a key position within food chains and ... "Chapter 2: Functional Groups." Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. N.p.: n.p., n.d. 9-25. Print. Vassiliki, Markantonatou. " ...
*  Sociality
... is the degree to which individuals in an animal population tend to associate in social groups and form cooperative ... An animal that exhibits a high degree of sociality is called a social animal. The highest degree of sociality recognized by ... Solitary animals, such as the jaguar, don't associate except for courtship and mating. If an animal taxon shows a degree of ... They live in groups of closely related individuals, amidst tropical reefs and sponges. Each group has one breeding female; she ...
*  Archaeogenetics
By analyzing genetic diversity in domesticated animal populations researchers can search for genetic markers in DNA to give ... Archaeogenetics provides us with genetic evidence of ancient population group migrations, domestication events, and plant and ... He studied ABO blood groups. In one of his studies in 1919, Hirszfeld documented the ABO blood groups and hair color of people ... The Indian gene pool has contributions from an African source population, as well as West Asian and Central Asian populations ...
*  Archives of Manitoba
Many of these documents provide detailed descriptions of native groups, forts, rivers, lakes, animals, populations, and the ...
*  Muster-master
... population, or number of animals owned by a tribal group. Theoretically one recruit had to be provided for every unit of ... either the village as a whole or the remaining nine men of the base group had to pay an annual subvention, called khanvari (" ...
*  Texas Longhorn
1980). "Immunogenetic and Population Genetic Analyses of Iberian Cattle". Animal Blood Groups, Biochemistry and Genetics. 11 (1 ... The result was a tough, rangy animal with long legs and long horns extending up to seven feet. Although this interbreeding was ... and an image of the animal became commonly associated with the school's sports teams, known as the Texas Longhorns. A few years ...
*  North Sea
Ransom A. Myers - Research group website. Future of Marine Animal Populations/Census of Marine Life. 27 October 2006. Retrieved ... LTI-Research Group; LTI-Research Group (1998). Long-term Integration of Renewable Energy Sources Into the European Energy ... This activity likely led to the extinction of the Atlantic population of the once common gray whale. By 1902 the whaling had ... Due to the dense population, heavy industrialization, and intense use of the sea and area surrounding it, there have been a ...
*  Glazkov culture
... all of them concurring that all population groups are of the animal husbandry type. These cultures are Daur, Slab Grave Culture ... Glazkovs is a conditional name for the group of the ancient Tungus tribes inhabiting in the 2nd millennium BCE (Glazkov time) ... "In the Baikal territory lived a Glazkov group of related tribes, most likely the ancestors of modern Evenks, Evens or Yukagirs ... with the animal husbandry providing them sufficient draft force. The petroglyphs recorded a covered wagon "ship", drawn by the ...
*  European mouflon
The population in Germany was around 15,600 animals in 2010 (c. 20,600 in 2005) living in about 120 groups. In Hungary there ... At times, the population grew to almost 100 animals. By early 2008, it fell again due to tourism, hunting and the newly ... where there are now two colonies with a population of around 200 animals. The IUCN considers the European mouflon to be 'at ... The young animals are known as lambs. European mouflon have a body length of up to 120 cm, a shoulder height of 90 cm, a weight ...
*  Human genetic clustering
Informed by genetics, zoologists have long discarded the concept of race for dividing groups of non-human animal populations ... Bantu populations grouped with other Niger-Congo-speaking populations from West Africa. African Americans largely belonged to ... Nilo-Saharan populations formed their own cluster. Chadic populations clustered with the Nilo-Saharan groups, suggesting that ... "some African populations are equally related to other African populations and to non-African populations," and that "outside of ...
*  Paleo-Indians
Late ice age climatic changes caused plant communities and animal populations to change. Groups moved from place to place as ... The majority of population groups at this time were still highly mobile hunter-gatherers, but now individual groups started to ... Some other South American groups, on the other hand, were highly mobile and hunted big-game animals such as mastodon and giant ... many animals migrated overland to take advantage of the new sources of food. Humans following these animals, such as bison, ...
*  Captive killer whales
... some populations are composed of matrilineal family groups, which are the most stable of any animal species. The sophisticated ... Some populations feed mostly on fish, and other populations hunt marine mammals, including sea lions, seals, walruses, large ... Five animals were released, and the other five transported via road or sea to the aquariums. All five are dead. The first live ... In 1997 a group of ten killer whales was corralled by Japanese fisherman banging on iron rods and using water bombs to ...
*  Voiceless (animal rights group)
Population and Communities" (PDF). "Voiceless Website". "Kangaroo Welfare Report" (PDF). Retrieved December 2011. Check date ... Animal rights is the idea that non-human animals are entitled to the possession of their own lives. In this way, animal rights ... Animal welfare holds that it is morally acceptable for humans to use non-human animals, provided that adverse effects on animal ... For Voiceless, animal protection is a term which encompasses both animal welfare, and animal rights, in an attempt to unify ...
*  Pygmy killer whale
... s have been observed in groups ranging from 4 to 30 or more individual animals. The only population estimate ... Vincent and a group of individuals was recorded in the Indian Ocean. Pygmy killer whales are most commonly confused with the ... A resident population of pygmy killer whales lives in the waters around Hawaii. Most sightings have been around the main island ... The population has a tightly connected social structure with affiliations between individuals that can last up to 15 years. ...
*  Red-handed howler
Since the populations are usually in groups in small areas, they are easy prey for animals such tayras. One study found tayras ... These animals can live up to 20 years, and do not mature until later in their lives. They have a long gestation period, and ... Increasing population pressures have forced farmers to clear more land for farming and these clear-cut methods are too much of ... their way onto an island and took out a large portion of the population by hunting together and preying on the family groups in ...
*  Inuit cuisine
Studying a scattered Inuit population, they concluded that eating plenty of fish and other marine animals protected this group ... the animals will disappear because they have been offended and will cease to reproduce. As saltwater animals, seals are always ... The Slate Group. Retrieved 2014-08-05. In the 1970s, a pair of Danish researchers ventured north of the Arctic Circle and into ... When eating a meal, Inuit place large slabs of meat, blubber, and other parts of the animal on a piece of metal, plastic, or ...
*  Jules Maaten
... maintaining relations with the ASEAN countries and Korea and of a number of parliamentary Inter-Groups including Population & ... Sustainable Development, and Animal Welfare. He has been active on EU foreign policy issues including human rights, shipments ... Since the end of 2001 he has been leader of the VVD-group in the European Parliament. The VVD members elected him as leader of ... on the list of the Dutch Liberal Party VVD and he joined the Liberal Group in the Parliament. He sat on the Committee for the ...
*  Saola Working Group
Villagers are hired to remove hunting snares that are among the biggest threats to the animal. Camera traps to document range ... and population of Saola are another primary focus. New research published showing that leeches can store DNA from their meals ... The Saola Working Group SWG is a working group of the IUCN Species Survival Commission's Asian Wild Cattle Specialist Group, ... The Saola Working Group is a coalition that includes about 40 experts from the forestry departments of Laos and Vietnam, ...
*  Black snub-nosed monkey
Only 17 groups with a total population of less than 1,700 animals have survived in northwest Yunnan and neighboring regions in ... Group size is small, typically only 20 to 60; groups of over 100 have never been observed.[citation needed] The territory of ... The highest recorded altitude of a group of this species is 4700 m. The black snub-nosed monkey lives in very large super- ... groups which are made up of single-male core families or harems. The monkey moves fast and far in a cohesive group and covers ...
*  Animal rescue group
Pets by the Numbers: U.S. Pet Ownership, Community Cat and Shelter Population Estimates Accessed 19 August 2017 Biniok, Janice ... An animal rescue group or animal rescue organization is dedicated to pet adoption. These groups take unwanted, abandoned, ... hunting dog rescue groups, large-dog rescue groups, as well as general dog rescue groups. Animal rescue organizations have also ... List of animal sanctuaries List of animal welfare groups Our Pack (Los Gatos, California, USA) Pardis Animal Shelter (Tabriz, ...
*  Stirling
The highest proportion of the population, at 24.3%, was concentrated in the 16-29 age group. Stirling also had a higher ... River Forth (1956) B&W silent 15 mins - Including animals being herded through the streets. The Heart Of Scotland (1962) colour ... The mid-2012 census estimate for the population of the city is 36,440; the wider Stirling council area has a population of ... The population peaks and troughs significantly when the students come and go from the city. Historical records also exist both ...
*  Chinchilla
... is difficult to observe in groups because it may not be obvious than an animal is not contributing to the population's waste. ... Populations in Chile were thought extinct by 1953, but the animal was found to inhabit an area in the Antofagasta Region in the ... global population loss over the last 15 years. The severe population decline has been caused by chinchilla hunting by humans. ... It helps the animals to be fed their food in a way that allows them to either be first or to not see others eating when they ...