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Date: 2010-04-01
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1679
Description: Assigning ages to lions (Panthera leo) requires the use of subjective and objective criteria, and is useful for conservation decision-making in that age distributions can be defined from which demogra ... More
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Date: 2009-04-01
Subject: Wildlife | Hunting
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1684
Description: Throughout the world, terrestrial mammals are hunted for sport, subsistence and population control, providing a significant source of meat and income to communities (Milner et al. 2007). The game ranc ... More
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Date: 2007-07-27
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1663
Description: The study compared plant and avian diversity and species composition between four habitats to review the potential implications of two distinct management practices on a forestry estate, namely to reh ... More
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Date: 2005-04-02
Subject: Morphology | Riemland
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1671
Description: In the hope of developing a relatively simple, nondestructive way of sexing adult helmeted guineafowl (Numida meleagris ), sexual differences in body mass and in the size of head adornments of adult h ... More
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Date: 2005/04/01
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:2402
Description: Winter bird assemblages, species richness, and relative abundance were investigated at six re-vegetated sites within the Middelburg Coal Mine (Mpumalanga, South Africa) and compared with those for a s ... More
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Date: 2003/10/01
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:3391
Description: A survey of the nature and extent of wildlife ranching in the province of Gauteng was conducted during 2001. The survey was an empirical investigation of game-fenced properties. These included provinc ... More
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