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|Title:||A case of bitten bettongs|
|Citation:||The Journal of Forensic Odonto-Stomatology, 2002; 20(1):10-12|
|Publisher:||Macquarie University School of Management|
|Abstract:||Australia has a unique collection of native fauna, which is often threatened by physical harm or the destruction of its habitat and conservation of endangered species is a primary concern. Investigation of the recent deaths of Bettongs in Lincoln National Park, South Australia was undertaken by the Forensic Odontology Unit, Adelaide University to determine the likely perpetrator. Feral domestic cats were deemed to be responsible, as indicated by bitemarks on the radiotransmitter collars.|
|Keywords:||Animals; Cats; Marsupialia; Bites and Stings; Forensic Dentistry; South Australia|
|Appears in Collections:||Dentistry publications|
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