Researchers will develop a prognostic scoring system to maximize post-release success for confiscated pangolins from illegal wildlife traffickers.
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Researchers will study how the acoustic environment of zoos alters frog vocalizations, impacting the welfare and wild release of these conservation animals.
Researchers will determine how to distinguish between broken (well-handled) and unbroken (unhandled) horses to improve the welfare of unbroken horses during transport.
Development of a Mule Grimace Scale and Use of Smart Halters to Recognize Pain in Mules Post-Castration
Researchers will define behavioral signs of pain in mules using a facial expression scale and a new technology, the Smart Halter™.
Researchers will investigate how horses are managed when transported by air to optimize their welfare, identifying factors that increase or decrease the risk of health and behavioral problems.
Researchers will assess the impacts of underwater noise on the behavior and stress levels of dolphins in Malaysia.
Researchers will evaluate if a collar-mounted monitor is a valid tool for measuring activity in dogs. This is potentially useful for owners and veterinarians to help gauge ongoing pet health concerns.