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Title: The pulmonary and metabolic effects of suspension by the feet compared with lateral recumbency in immobilized black rhinoceroses (Diceros bicornis) captured by aerial darting
Author(s): Radcliffe, R.W.; Jago, M.; Morkel, P.; Morkel, E.; DuPreez, P.; Beytell, P.; Kotting, B.; Manuel, B.; DuPreez, J.H.; Miller, M.A.; Felippe, J., Parry, S.A., Gleed, R.D.
Year published: 2021
Journal: Journal of Wildlife Diseases
Volume: 57 (2)
Pages: 357–367 -
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Black Rhino
Aerial translocation of captured black rhinoceroses (Diceros bicornis) has been accomplished by suspending them by their feet. We expected this posture would compromise respiratory gas exchange more than would lateral recumbency. Because white rhinoceroses (Ceratotherium simum) immobilized with e...

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