Animal, heal thyself

Lipske, Michael
December 1993
National Wildlife (World Edition);Dec93/Jan94, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p46
Reports on the study made by Eloy Rodriguez and company on animals' use of medicinal plants for medication called Zoopharmacognosy. Fertility drug of monkeys in Brazil; `Anting' of birds; Treatment of chimpanzees' intestinal parasites; Possibility of treating human diseases.


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