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The Case Report of Taillessness in Iranian Female Calf (A Congenital Abnormality)

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Anwar, S. and G.N. Purohit, 2012. Rare congenital absence of tail (anury) and anus (atresia ani) in male camel (Camelus dromedarius) calf. Open Vet. J., 2: 69-71.
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Kaya, M., Z. Okumus, E. Dogan, E.M. Cetin and L.E. Yanmaz, 2011. Prevalence and survival rate of congenital malformations in Calves in Erzurum districts. Firat Universitesi Saglik Bilimleri Veteriner Dergisi, 25: 83-93 (In Turkish).
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