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Environmental enhancement for caged rhesus macaques a photographic documentation by Viktor Reinhardt

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Published by Animal Welfare Institute in Washington, DC .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Environment Design,
  • Animal Welfare,
  • Animals, Laboratory,
  • Animal Husbandry,
  • Macaca mulatta

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesEnvironmental enrichment.
StatementViktor Reinhardt, David Seelig.
ContributionsSeelig, David., Animal Welfare Institute.
The Physical Object
Pagination47 p. :
Number of Pages47
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14754258M
OCLC/WorldCa38846883

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Environmental Enrichment for Caged Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta): Photographic Documentation and Literature Review. Viktor REINHARDT 1), Annie REINHARDT 1), Katsura NAKAYAMA 2), Yoshikazu UENO 2), Masaki TOMONAGA 2) 1) Animal Welfare Institute 2) [in Japanese] Released /09/07 Cited by: 7. In rhesus macaques-the predominant species found in laboratories-the incidence of self-biting may be as high as 14% (recorded in a colony of single-caged males; Jorgensen, Kinsey, & Novak, ). The environmental enhancement plan of the WRPRC can serve as an example that effective and safe enrichment can readily be provided for caged rhesus macaques without undue cost. Equipment must be durable, nontoxic, easily sanitized and disinfected, and readily assembled or prepared by animal care personnel. We developed a portable exercise cage for singly housed macaques from pre-existing but outdated caging; our cage met the .

Under natural conditions, macaques and baboons live in social groupsIn captivity, social housing promotes normal behaviors and reduces the development of abnormal behaviorAn environmental enhancement plan must include provisions to meet the social needs of social speciesSocial contact as approved by the IACUC is defined in the UW EE Plan as housing situations permitting both visual . Kong toys as enrichment devices for singly-caged macaques. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 28(2): Crockett, C. M., Shimoji, M. and Bowden, D. M. (). Behavior, appetite, and urinary cortisol responses by adult female pigtailed macaques to cage size, cage level, room change, and ketamine sedation. American Journal of Primatology 52(2. Eight single-caged adult rhesus macaques were given the choice of freely collecting their standard food ration, i.e. 33 biscuits, from an ordinary food box or working for its retrieval from a custom-made food puzzle. During a one-hour observation session following the simultaneous distribution of biscuits in both feeders, individuals spent on average a total of 32 sec retrieving biscuits. The following Environmental Enhancement Plan for caged rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) has been successfully implemented at the Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center in compliance with Federal Rules (USDA, , sec ). Social Grouping: Of the Center's caged rhesus macaques (%) are housed in pairs or small groups.

Abstract: Between and , a project was undertaken at Oxford University to develop innovative housing systems for rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) to encourage group housing, improve environmental enrichment and develop the level of staff:monkey interaction. The management changes resulted in less aggressive, more cooperative animals.   Ozone-induced enhancement of airway hyperreactivity in rhesus macaques: Effects of antioxidant treatment Author links open overlay panel Cameron H. Flayer PhD a Erik D. Larson BS a Anjali Joseph a Sean Kao BS a Wenxiu Qu MD a b Austin Van Haren BS a Christopher M. Royer DVM, PhD c Lisa A. Miller PhD c John P. Capitanio PhD c Thais Sielecki PhD.   These items are the foundation of environmental enhancement, Caged rhesus macaque with a “porch” (photo reprinted from Gottlieb et al. [Figure 1, p ] with permission from the Journal of the American Association of Laboratory Animal Science). Figure 2. A 7-year-old, female rhesus macaque from our breeding farm was sent to the clinical facility because of vomiting, diarrhea, and weight loss. The macaque was thin, lethargic, and anorectic, with.