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    • Comparison of 2 behavioral sampling methods to establish a time budget in a captive female cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) 

      Munita Salazar, Cintia; Tadich Gallo, Tamara; Briceño Urzua, Cristóbal (Elsevier, 2016)
      Behavioral studies of wild animals kept in captivity provide useful information for conservation programs and animal welfare. These studies can also be time and resource consuming. For this reason, the aim of this study ...
    • Novel avulaviruses in penguins, Antarctica 

      Neira Ramírez, Víctor; Tapia, Rodrigo; Verdugo, Claudio; Barriga, Gonzalo; Mor, Sunil; Fei Fan Ng, Terry; García, Victoria; Río, José del; Rodrigues, Pedro; Briceño Urzua, Cristóbal; Medina, Rafael A.; González Acuña, Daniel (Centers Disease Control, 2017)
    • Parasitic survey on introduced monk parakeets (Myiopsitta monachus) in Santiago, Chile 

      Briceño Urzua, Cristóbal; Surot, Dominique; González Acuña, Daniel; Martínez, Francisco Javier; Fredes Martínez, Fernando (Brazilian College of Veterinary Parasitology, 2017)
      Central Chile has been identified as a unique ecosystem with high conservation priority because of its high levels of endemism and intensive anthropic pressure. Over a period of almost four decades, the monk parakeet has ...