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of or relating to wild animals

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showing or suggesting a disposition to be violently destructive without scruple or restraint

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wild and menacing

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Feral hog habitat usage was compared for four time periods during the day (Chavez and Gese, 2006) within home ranges.
Let's just assume you have a herd of feral hogs running one way and .
Greenhill took over the Trap-Neuter-Return program, previously called the Feral Fix Project, in 2006.
Validating aerial photographic mark-recapture for naturally marked feral horses.
Feral hogs do much more than destroy agricultural crops by eating and rooting, they also often carry or transmit diseases to humans and livestock such as pseudorabies, swine brucellosis, tuberculosis, tick-fever, rabies, anthrax, tularemia and many others.
Sue explained that although feral kittens aged up to 12 weeks can be socialised and re-homed in a normal home, this is not usually possible with adults.
4) Government-run/subsidised holding facilities and personnel trained to handle unwanted or feral dogs/cats
The centre, on Prospect Place, near Westgate Road, Newcastle, is now inviting people to help make their feral kittens feel wanted.
He said: "As this was a feral cat, she was clearly not rehomable, but thankfully the member of the public who contacted us was happy to continue feeding her and we therefore were able to release her back to the location where she was found.
Studies have shown that these feral cats, especially when humanely trapped, neutered, vaccinated, ear-tipped for identification, and watched over by good people, are just as healthy as indoor pet cats, with equally low rates of disease and have the same life spans, too.
The role of feral swine in IAV ecology has not been adequately addressed.
In the August issue of Petersen's Hunting, I saw a rather heated letter about feral cat hunting.
This study was designed to study the ecology of feral pigeon (Columba livia) in the urban areas of Rawalpindi/Islamabad, Pakistan.
The Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute's Peter Marra estimates that outdoor cats in the United States, counting both pets and feral animals, kill up to 3.