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Captive bears in human-animal welfare conflict: a case study of bile extraction on Asia's bear farms

By R. Kikuchi

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Category Journal Articles
Date 2012
Publication Title Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Ethics
Volume 25
Issue 1
Pages 55-77
ISBN/ISSN 0893-4282
DOI 10.1007/s10806-010-9290-2
Language English
Author Address Escola Superior Agraria, Instituto Politecnico de Coimbra, Bencanta, 3040 Coimbra, Portugal. kikuchi@mail.esac.pt
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  1. Animal production
  2. Animal rights
  3. Animals
  4. Animal welfare
  5. APEC countries
  6. Asia
  7. Bears
  8. Bile
  9. Biological resources
  10. Cages
  11. Capture
  12. Carnivores
  13. China
  14. Claw
  15. Developed countries
  16. Drugs
  17. Ethics
  18. Farms
  19. Feasibility
  20. Gall
  21. Gall bladder
  22. Health care
  23. Health economics
  24. Herbal medicines
  25. Horticultural activities
  26. Humans
  27. Life
  28. Mammals
  29. Medicinal herbs and plants
  30. Men
  31. mortality
  32. Pain
  33. peer-reviewed
  34. Pharmacology & Pharmacy
  35. Plants
  36. poaching
  37. Primates
  38. safety
  39. Social psychology and social anthropology
  40. starvation
  41. Teeth.
  42. Wild animals
  43. wildlife conservation
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