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Tracking escaped farmed fish through their feed

Tracking escaped farmed fish through their feed

By marking the fish scales through a short period of feeding, an escaped farmed fish may in a simple, low cost way be tracked back to the fish farm it came from.

Horse semen on the loose

Horse semen on the loose

The historic information about a warmblood ridning horse is often lost when the horse is sold across borders, or worse: it has never been recorded. This leads to unsystematic use of stallions and semen for breeding.

What does the cat say?

What does the cat say?

Most of us know the sounds that cats make, but the fact that a miaow sends out widely diverging messages according to the part of the sound puss stresses, may be less well known.

 
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