An Approach to Small Animal Ecological Studies, and their Relevance to Reptile Husbandry
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Care of captive reptiles, particularly wild-caught ones, is often unsatisfactory, especially with respect to cage environment and behaviour. Thorough understanding of each species’ biology, ecology and behaviour can do much to minimize health and welfare problems arising from inappropriate husbandry practices. An approach to ecological studies on small vertebrates is outlined and its relevance to reptile husbandry, tested over half a century of clinical practice, is illustrated through synopses of a field study and three clinical cases.
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- Journal article: 1759-0116 (ISSN)