Will rescue plan save campus rabbits?

Vines, Gail
November 1991
New Scientist;11/23/91, Vol. 132 Issue 1796, p18
Announces that rabbits living on the campus of the University of East Anglia, England, will be relocated to a new home in an attempt to keep the social structure of their colony intact. Studies done on the rabbits in conjunction with research project focused on DNA fingerprinting; Effort of Diana Bell, a biology lecturer at East Anglia, to use her knowledge on the rabbits' social life to save the animals.


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