|Author(s)||Michelle Rouffignac; Dr. Bill Foxworth|
|Page Numbers||1, 3-4|
A giraffe calf born at Perth Zoo became weak after birth and an indwelling nasogastric tube was placed to allow supplemental feedings.
Initial studies for the development of artificial insemination in the giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis) led to the successful production of a live offspring.
Key Words: Neonate, nasogastric tube, handrearing; Artificial insemination, live offspring
Author: Michelle Rouffignac; Dr. Bill Foxworth
Journal: Veterinary Observer
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