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Human activities, including the movement of harvested cervids, pose significant risks for spreading chronic wasting disease (CWD) to new locations. This study used hierarchical agglomerative clustering to compare Minnesota, USA hunters’ carcass disposal habits and likelihood of CWD testing as a...
This study assessed wild meat consumption after the outbreak of COVID-19 in Ghana using the Health Belief Model framework. Data were collected through a household survey near two important wildlife-protected areas in Ghana. There was less wild meat consumption after the outbreak of COVID-19 than...
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