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1 July 1969 RABIES IN WILD ANIMALS TRAPPED FOR PELTS
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The brains of 1,634 wild animals trapped for pelts were examined for rabies by the fluorescent antibody procedure. Twenty-one of 268 striped skunks and 2 of 52 spotted skunks examined were positive for rabies. Thirteen hundred twenty three animals including 7 badgers, 65 coyotes, 365 foxes, 1 weasel, 377 mink, 52 muskrats, 208 opossums, 219 racoons and 1 wolf were negative.
STANLEY L. HENDRICKS and VAUGHN A. SEATON "RABIES IN WILD ANIMALS TRAPPED FOR PELTS," Bulletin of the Wildlife Disease Association 5(3), (1 July 1969). https://doi.org/10.7589/0090-3558-5.3.231
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