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We are excited about our new professional recorded intro and outro. Lots of news this week: including how to cope with ‘vet shaming’; an automatic bird identification system program excites Mark; natures smallest rainbow found – on a spider; a lethal bat fungus sees the light, and Brendan dreams of heading off to Richard Branson’s private island.
For our product review Brendan looks at the free PDF e-book Australasian Parasites Inside and Out.
Ears are our topic for this week. We discuss the treatment of aural haematomas, and chat about various ear conditions in unusual pets, and ask the question ‘Why do most ferrets have grotty ears?’
Automatic bird identification system
Nature’s smallest rainbow on spider
Lethal bat fungus may be susceptible to UV light
Richard Branson’s Koala Conservancy
Australasian Parasites Inside and Out free e-book
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