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

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WOLVES AND UNGULATES. Many sportsmen in Wyoming worry about the impact wolves might have on elk and other big game species.
Domestic Ungulates Diets
diet selection by domestic ungulates. Dr.
Intensive Management of Wolves and Ungulates in Alaska
increase ungulates for human harvest (e.g., National Research Council 1997,.
Confinement of Wild Ungulates within High - The Wildlife Society
Confinement of Wild Ungulates within High Fences. 1.

Suggested News Resources

Elands prefer to live in large herds
Antelope is a term used to describe even-toed ungulates from all over the world.
Brain scans can now tell almost exactly what you're thinking
The next step is to fine-tune this method to be sensitive enough to start being able to discern more and more specific categories, like "root vegetables" instead of just "vegetables" or "ungulates" instead of just animals.
Vultures have their place, and their 'day'
But thanks to a dwindling supply of carrion — fewer large wild ungulates and improved animal husbandry — the vulture population began to decline. In the mid 1990s, its population suffered a sudden and significant decline.
Thieves horn in on museums
But the real RHINOs -- the large, odd-toed ungulates who manage to weigh a ton while eating only plants -- also are making news. Sadly so.
Petition: Change Montana's policy of killing orphaned deer
Instead, and to their astonishment, they learned that Montana has a policy to kill all orphaned ungulates. Lucky's eventual demise stirred considerable emotion in animal advocates across the country.

Suggested Web Resources

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.
The Ultimate Ungulate Page
Biology of the infraorder Ungulata and related groups, including Artiodactyla, aardvarks, elephants, hyraxes, sea cows, and Perissodactyla.
What is an UNGULATE?
Ungulates: Hoofed Mammals.
Ungulates are hoofed mammals.

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