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Olivia Bernauer 35m
Hey twitter, I need some help! We have a resident crow pulling windshield wiper blades off cars. Has gotten more than ten cars in the last few weeks. How can we convince the crow to leave our wipers alone?! Thanks in advance!
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Abhrram 3h
Considering current animal challenges, all countries need to be vigilant. , such as or African Swine , know no borders and can continually affect new areas.
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LafeberVet 8h
Dr. Bob Doneley has been named the 2018 T.J. Lafeber Avian Practitioner of the Year
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LafeberVet 9h
Who is the 2018 TJ Lafeber Practitioner of the Year? The list of 45 nominees was narrowed to six finalists and the Awardee will be announced during the Plenary Session of at 10:15 am
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IcewolfASL (aka Seán Na Lapaíoighir) 17h
Finished my first birb sketch for my friend
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hany shita Sep 17
(1) In-depth gene detailing and sequencing of # may be useful at both the research and academic levels and may be useful for vaccine development issues for example but in my opinion the most important at the country strategic level is {to be continued}
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Cynthia G. Tobin Sep 23
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Zed Zinc Sep 18
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UWAK Sep 23
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PSU Ag & Shale Law 7h
HotLink: "California urges biosecurity reviews following low-path avian flu discoveries"
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Avania Comic 22h
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Zeo Sep 22
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Cynthia G. Tobin Sep 22
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skiourophile 🍍 Sep 21
An alphabet by 18th century Italian engraver Gabriele De Sanctis |
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Cynthia G. Tobin Sep 21
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LafeberVet Sep 20
Retrospective Evaluation of Tibiotarsal Fractures Treated With Tape Splints in : 86 Cases (2006–2015) | J Med Surg
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Dynamic Cats Studio Sep 20
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LafeberVet Sep 20
Preliminary Findings of Structure and Expression of Opioid Receptor Genes in a Peregrine Falcon, a Snowy Owl, and a Blue-fronted Amazon Parrot | J Medicine Surgery
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