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  • n. Plural form of cervid.


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  • The rapid expansion of CWD in North America represents a significant and continued environmental risk not only to cervids but to other species as well.

    CWD Worse Than Ever In Wisconsin Counties

  • Although well-established in scrapie and, more recently, in BSE, comparatively little is known about the possibility of prion strains in chronic wasting disease (CWD), a disease affecting free ranging and captive cervids, primarily in North America.

    CWD Worse Than Ever In Wisconsin Counties

  • CWD from cervids might possibly spread to humans who hunt and eat these species and to domestic animals such as cattle, sheep or horses sharing the same habitat.

    CWD Worse Than Ever In Wisconsin Counties

  • CWD is a contagious disease of free-ranging cervids.

    CWD Worse Than Ever In Wisconsin Counties

  • Here's a note of caution on the perfume-free or dye-free laundry detergent, it will likely contain UltraViolet brighteners which create a cast or glow that researchers say animals (cervids ... deer, elk, moose) can see.

    A question for hunters

  • It appears that areas adjacent to CWD-positivewildlife, areas with concentrations of farmed or captive elk anddeer, and areas that have received translocated cervids from CWDinfectedareas may be at higher risk for introduction of the disease.

    Anti-Deer-Hunting Billboard Goes Up in Kansas City

  • In Grand Haven, MI we don't have the option of shooting the free loading cervids.

    Deer eating your garden? Let's get creative.

  • The purpose would be to help cervids relearn a wariness of humans and the environs of human habitations.

    Deer eating your garden? Let's get creative.

  • Many of the terai grasslands and floodplain forests support five deer species (swamp deer, sambar, axis deer, hog deer, and barking deer), an unusually diverse assemblage of cervids.

    Terai-Duar savanna and grasslands

  • The comparative anatomy and physiology of digestion in tragulids and cervids and its relation to food intake.

    Chapter 11


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