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un·gu·late ( ng gy -l t, -l t ). adj. 1.

Ungulate is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Ungulate books and related discussion.

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Monitoring and Assessment of Wolf-Ungulate Interactions and
The impacts of wolves on elk and other ungulates is perhaps one of the most wolves or their impacts on the ungulate populations the agency managed.
Culling Mountain Lions to Protect Ungulate Populations— Some
Confinement of Wild Ungulates within High - The Wildlife Society
Demand for hunting and the sale of live wild ungulates (hoofed mammals) and The policy of The Wildlife Society with respect to ungulate confinement is to: 1.
A long-term perspective on ungulate–vegetation interactions
The fossil record of vegetation and ungulates places present conditions and trends in a resolved until more is known about past ungulate population sizes.

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Jen Blair cares for small carnivores and 'ungulates'
Jennifer Blair is the senior keeper of small carnivores and African ungulates at the zoo. An African ungulate is a mammal native to Africa that has hooves.
Of man and beast
In its bid for world domination this cunning ungulate has succeeded in training a great army of apes to do its bidding.
Caribou conference frustrates Yukon participant
With many caribou herds in decline, talks during the Arctic Ungulate Conference in Yellowknife this week focused on improving the management of the animals.
North American caribou herds back from the brink, scientists say
Petition: Change Montana's policy of killing orphaned deer
People who want to help what appears to be an abandoned ungulate are trying to do the right thing, Aasheim said. But just as it says on the FWP website: "When humans interfere with nature, we often turn a natural situation into a serious problem.

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Ungulate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ungulates are several groups of mammals, most of which use the tips of their toes, usually hoofed, to sustain their whole body weight while moving.
What is an UNGULATE?
Literally, "ungulate" refers to any animal with hooves - a hoof being an enlarged toenail (see below).
The Ultimate Ungulate Page
Ungulate | Define Ungulate at
belonging or pertaining to the Ungulata, a former order of all hoofed mammals, now divided into the odd-toed perissodactyls and even-toed artiodactyls. 3.
Ungulates are hoofed mammals.

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