3 edition of Introduction of exotic animals found in the catalog.
Introduction of exotic animals
1968 by Caesar Kleberg Research Program in Wildlife Ecology, College of Agriculture, Texas A and M University in College Station .
Written in English
|Statement||symposium held on the campus of Texas A and M University, College Station, Texas, August 27-September 1, 1967.|
|Contributions||Wildlife Society. Texas Chapter., American Institute of Biological Sciences., Texas A & M University.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||25|
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Most exotic plants causing environmental problems today were introduced accidentally, either as the result of "hitch-hiking" seeds or of "escaped" ornamental plants.
There was once, however, a United States Office of Plant Introduction, which claimed to have introduced nearlyspecies and varieties of plants from all over the world. Often times, exotic pets need very specific care. If you don’t know how to provide that care you’re going to do your pet a serious disservice.
Find out as much as you can about the animal you’re considering before you commit to bringing it into your home. Some animals don’t get along well with other animals. Focusing exclusively on the care of exotic species as pets, EXOTIC ANIMAL CARE AND MANAGEMENT, 2ND EDITION delves into the unique behaviors, diet, housing considerations, handling and restraint methods, medical concerns and clinical procedures related to Cited by: 1.
Introduction of exotic species. Often a very important factor is neglected, which is the introduction of allochthonous species, i.e. species whose origin is in other geographic areas and that therefore have not adapted, through the long natural selection processes, to.
In last week’s introduction to exotic animals, we looked at some of the best small, exotic mammals that can be kept as pets safely. This week, we’re going to move on to their larger counterparts: the large mammals. There is a wide variety of large mammals that are sometimes thought more of as livestock but that also make great pets.
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out of 5 stars Exotic Animals: A Veterinary Handbook. Reviewed in the United States on Octo This book is from but the information is still valid and invaluable. There are complete articles on ferrets, chinchillas, rats, mice, rabbits, hamsters, the Golden Hamster, the Mongolian gerbil, potbellied and miniature pigs 5/5(1).
Behavior of Exotic Pets is the first book on the subject to be written by behavioral experts, all with a wealth of practical experience.
Divided into species-specific chapters, the book explains the normal behavior for each group of animals, including reproduction, parenting, communication and social behavior. The book also addresses animals’ environmental needs based on their behavior.
Symposium, Introduction of Exotic Animals ( Texas A & M University) Symposium: Introduction of exotic animals: ecologic and socio-economic considerations.
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Minchin, in Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences (Second Edition), Introduction. Exotic species, often referred to as alien, nonnative, nonindigenous, or introduced species, are those that occur in areas outside of their natural geographic t species are those that appear from time to time beyond their normal range and are often confused with exotic species.
Exotic Animals. Andrea Davis Mrs. Smith ENGL 15 November Exotic Animals Are More than Just Pets The exotic animal trade is a growing industry in which exotic animals are bred, sold, and traded in massive amounts. Millions of exotic animals are being kept in private residences, small roadside zoos, and traveling wild animal exhibits.
Sadly, beautiful and majestic animals are being. Collections of wild and exotic animals have been maintained in menageries by the powerful and wealthy since the time of the pharaohs. However, the first known public collection of caged animals to be constructed in a park-like setting was in Vienna, Austria; it was inaugurated in (Reichenbach, ) and opened to the general public in (Vienna Zoo, ).
Feral animals can cause problems for native plants and animals. Some plants in Hawaii are endangered because feral pigs eat them and destroy them by rooting around for food. Feral cats can kill native birds.
They are especially dangerous to ground-nesting songbirds. Big Mistakes Some exotic species are introduced by accident. Forbidden Creatures is mostly the story of his travels around the US (with a side trip to Yorkshire England) asking folks why they keep dangerous exotic animals as pets.
Laufer weaves in information about tigers, chimps and pythons in the wild but mostly the book is an effort to understand what makes a person want to keep a lion in a cage /5. Join Jane the Monkey as she learns about 21 different animals that are native to the seven continents through themed puppet shows and toys, stunning footage and classical music by.
Exotic Small Mammal Care and Husbandry is a practical reference for assessing, handling, and treating small exotic animals in the veterinary clinic.
Covering common species such as mice, hamsters, rabbits, and ferrets, the book focuses on nursing care, giving veterinary staff the information they need to work with these less-common patients.
Such a query arises because introduction of exotic types of creatures into a country where they are scarce encourages speculators to bid prices extremely high. Breeding stock becomes the focus of attention rather than the basic use of the animal for meat, work, hide, fur, or feathers.
Exotic pets are more popular than ever before, so make sure you are ready to care for everything from rats to songbirds with Exotic Animal Medicine: A Quick Reference Guide, 2nd ed with three all new chapters and updated content, this new edition provides the key points on differential diagnoses and diagnostics, along with background information on a wide variety Pages: The only book of its kind with in-depth coverage of the most common exotic species presented in practice, this comprehensive guide prepares you to treat invertebrates, fish, amphibians and reptiles, birds, marsupials, North American wildlife, and small mammals such as ferrets, rabbits, and rodents.
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The field of animal behavior is concerned with understanding the causes, functions, development, and evolution of behavior. About this book Exotic Animal Laboratory Diagnosis is a practical, user-friendly guide to diagnostic testing in a wide range of exotic species.
Offers complete information on obtaining samples, performing tests, and interpreting laboratory results in exotic animals. T1 - History of exotic pets. AU - Mitchell, Mark. PY - /12/1. Y1 - /12/1. N2 - This chapter gives an overview of the history of exotic pets and discusses how some exotic animals gained popularity over time.
Evidences suggest that the Sumerians were the first Cited by: 5. Introduction Exotic animals are becoming increasingly popular as pets in many parts of the world. The animals have not gone through the elaborate domestication process that traditional companion animals such as dogs and cats have.
Consequently, meeting their specialized welfare needs in a domestic environment is quite a herculean task. Exotic Animal Laboratory Diagnosis. by J. Jill Heatley, Karen E. Russell January Exotic Animal Laboratory Diagnosis is a practical, user-friendly guide to diagnostic testing in a wide range of exotic species.
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INTRODUCTION. From the capture to prison The animals you see behind the bars of the zoos, in the circus shows, sleeping in pet shops or swimming in aquariums do not belong to the man-made captive species, but are captured in their own natural environment. The exotic animal boom also lives on a traffic run by organised criminality.
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This brief summary examines the issues that affect ownership of exotic pets. It also discusses the type of laws that regulate such ownership.
Private ownership of captive wild animals, commonly referred to as “exotic pets,” has increased significantly over the last few years. An introduced species, alien species, exotic species, foreign species, non-indigenous species, or non-native species is a species living outside its native distributional range, but which has arrived there by human activity, either deliberate or accidental.
Non-native species can have various effects on the local ecosystem. Introduced species that become established and spread beyond the place.The book builds on these foundations with detailed descriptions of exotic small species including birds, and domestic farm animals, including cows, sheep and pigs, as well as the horse.
The text: Contains detailed descriptions of the systematic anatomy and physiology of a wide range of animal species.Definitions. The definition is an evolving one; some rodents, reptiles, and amphibians have become firmly enough established in the world of animal fancy to sometimes no longer be considered exotic.
 Sometimes any unique or wild-looking pet (including common domestic animals such as the ferret and the fancy rat) is considered an exotic pet.