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Veterinary management of european pond turtle reintroductions

Abstract : Reintroductions are considered as operational measures to limit present biodiversity erosion. They consist in releasing captive bred and raised individuals of a species at a place it used to live. Its success relies on the quality of the release site, but also on the quantity and quality of released individuals. The later depends on the management of conservatory captive facilities
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Benoit Quintard, Jean-Yves Georges. Veterinary management of european pond turtle reintroductions. Eric Miller; Nadine Lamberski; Paul Calle. Fowler's Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine Current Therapy, 10, Elsevier, 2022, 9780323828529; 9780323828536. ⟨hal-03369214⟩



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