EXAM III - EXAM III 77 1. Marbled Cat - Pardofelis...

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EXAM III – 77 1.  Marbled Cat -- Pardofelis marmorata 2.  Snow Leopard -- Uncia Uncia 3.  Tiger -- Panthera tigris 4.  Leopard -- Panthera pardus 5.  Clouded leopard -- Neofelis nebulosa 6.  Jaguar -- Panthera onca 7.  Lion -- Panthera leo 8.  Mountain Lion -- Puma concolor 9.  Cheetah -- Acinonyx jubatus 10.  ____ The USDA does not regulate the ownership and care of large wild and exotic  cats kept as pets 11.  ____ The feeding of road kill to non-domestic cats should never occur. 12.  ____ In order to mimic natural feeding behaviors and when approved by the  attending veterinarian, animals may be fasted for 1 or 2 nonconsecutive days per week. 13.  ____ Declawing (Onychectomy) is considered necessary and appropriate veterinary  care in wild or exotic animals to prevent human harm or injury. 14.  The following questions are from the “Handling Frozen/Thawed Meat and Prey  Items Fed to Captive Exotic Animals”: a. Meat should be kept frozen until ____ hours before preparation and use. b.
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course AVS 325 taught by Professor Jones during the Spring '07 term at Rhode Island.

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EXAM III - EXAM III 77 1. Marbled Cat - Pardofelis...

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