Tag Archives: Giraffe skin disease

Examining disease prevalence for species of conservation concern using non-invasive spatial capture–recapture techniques

How a Tiny Worm is Irritating the Most Majestic of Giraffes

Are we prepared for emerging and re-emerging diseases? Experience and lessons from epidemics that occurred in Tanzania during the last five decades

Quantifying the severity of giraffe skin disease via photogrammetry analysis of camera trap data

Prevalence, disease description and epidemiological factors of a novel skin disease in Giraffes (Giraffa camelopardalis) in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania

Giraffe Skin Disease (GSD): Epidemiology of an Emerging Disease

INVESTIGATION REPORT ON GIRAFFE SKIN DISEASE OF RUAHA NATIONAL PARK, SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS OF TANZANIA

Spotlight on the Masai Giraffe

Regional variation of the manifestation, prevalence, and severity of giraffe skin disease: A review of an emerging disease in wild and captive giraffe populations

MAPPING THE SPATIAL CONFIGURATION AND SEVERITY OF GIRAFFE SKIN DISEASE IN RUAHA NATIONAL PARK, TANZANIA