Infectious Disease. The risks and risk of treatment. Understanding Wildlife Disease. Wildlife Disease Infectious Zoonotic Viral Bacterial Fungal Parasitic. Essential factors for disease transmission. Must be a causative agent Bacteria / Fungus Virus Parasite Must be a reservoir
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The risks and risk of treatment
Scabies is defined by its red dots and soars rather than the scabby nature of Sarcoptic mange and most usually seen in squirrels in Texas. IT IS ZOONOTIC!
Knowing when, where, and how to define, diagnose, and decide what happens with a trapped wild animal may determine whether Texas has another Epizootic Episode. Those working with wildlife are the front line against wildlife disease. By acting proactive and using your resources, you can ensure that few disease instance occur on the state of Texas.
Being responsible in both trapping and release will ensure environmental balances and disease control
Know it before you blow it!
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