Exotic species


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Exotic species

A nonnative species that is artificially introduced to an area.
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I obtain most CE through regional or national veterinary conferences, unless a local group has a specialized focus on avian and exotic species.
These herbivores were not expected to show a preference for either the native or the exotic species.
IFAW found 10 separate advertisements for a total of 14 exotic species on www.
Reason is that beauty of new parks is the priority of the management so ornamental and exotic species were planted in new parks than in native flora.
Pakistan is also facing the menace of climate change, uncontrolled emission of greenhouse gases, pollution, increase in human population, urbanization, unsustainable agricultural practices, encroachments, hunting, poaching, introduction of exotic species and weak implementation of wildlife rules and regulations.
Yet these vibrant birds who come from the other side of the world are just one of many exotic species to be spotted here in recent years.
Each emirate has its own rules that specifically state that buying exotic species is illegal but a federal one does not exist.
Veterinary Nursing of Exotic Pets appears in its second updated edition to cover the basic principles of nursing exotic species.
Includes a list of legislation affecting exotic species in the UK (including the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species), and online resources.
For veterinarians that treat companion exotic species, these "strategic" sources of information are looked upon as essential components to a successful practice and psychologically as a confident comfort that the answer is nearby.
Membership allows it to keep more varied and exotic species which are part of controlled breeding schemes under European endangered species programmes.
Socioeconomic Factors' the first exotic species documented in Florida was the common carp, in 1877, stocked by the U.