Researchers will investigate if live food enriched with vitamin D (by exposure to ultraviolet sunlight) can increase vitamin D and improve growth in captive animals.
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Researchers will assess the impacts of underwater noise on the behavior and stress levels of dolphins in Malaysia.
Researchers will evaluate the potential of environmentally safe, insect-killing fungi to help reduce deadly winter tick burden in moose.
Researchers will investigate novel methods to assess the health status of injured and ill sea turtles to improve care for these endangered animals.
Researchers will examine risk factors and impacts of parasitic infections on moose winter survival.
Researchers will determine if allostatic load (a cumulative health measure associated with repeated and chronic stressors) can predict increased risk of disease and early mortality in wild eastern gorillas.
Researchers will investigate recent outbreaks of encephalomyocarditis virus, a rodent-borne virus that causes deaths in captive animals worldwide, most notably elephants.