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    Stereotypic Animal Behavior. Fundamental and Applications to Welfare
    by Georgia Mason, Jeffrey Rushen




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    Edition: 2006
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    ISBN: 978-1845930424

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    Abnormal behaviour patterns, from the familiar pacing of captive 'big cats' and bears to the nocturnal jumping and somersaulting of caged laboratory mice, are displayed by many millions of farm, zoo, research and companion animals. They typically indicate captive environments that compromise animal welfare, and they may even reflect specific forms of brain dysfunction. This website provides many images and videoclips of such behaviours, along with supplementary information on the book 'Stereotypic Animal Behaviour - Fundamentals and Applications to Welfare' (2nd edition, 2006, CABI, eds. Georgia Mason and Jeff Rushen).
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