Exotic animals are not well-represented in geographic studies, even in the emerging sub-field of animal geography. With the dearth of exotic animal studies, and the relevance of exotic pets in the public consciousness and in the news, a basic, introductory study such as this is necessary to begin examining the myriad ways in which exotic pets intersect with, and have influence in, both the site and situation of modern human-oriented environments.
|Publisher||University of Nebraska-Lincoln|
|Degree||Doctor of Philosophy|
|University||University of Nebraska Lincoln|
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