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Title: Gut microbiome differences between wild and captive black rhinoceros – implications for rhino health
Author(s): Gibson, K.M.; Nguyen, B.N.; Neumann, L.M.; Miller, M.; Buss, P.; Daniels, S.; Ahn, M.J.; Crandall, K.A.; Pukazhenthi, B.
Year published: 2019
Journal: Nature: Scientific Reports
Volume: 9:7570
Pages: 1-11 -
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Black Rhino
A number of recent studies have shown the importance of the mammalian gut microbiome in host health. In the context of endangered species, a few studies have examined the relationship between the gut microbiome in wild versus captive populations due to digestive and other health issues. Unfortuna...

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