Environmental enrichment information resources for laboratory animals, 1965-1995: birds, cats, dogs, farm animals, ferrets, rabbits, and rodents
DIANE Publishing, 1995 - Laboratory animals - 294 pages
Covers psychological well-being, ecological, or behavioral needs of animals. These are essential requirements, not luxuries. Sections: articles and bibliographies; journal listing and subscription information; organizations (North Amer. resources; European, Asian, and Australian resources); suppliers and products; and common devices and programs. Each section is introduced by a paper which provides general background information on the biology of the animals and their currently accepted needs in captivity. Extensive subject index.
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