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The project involves an in depth cooperative study with Doctor Alison Robbins at Tufts University on the Cape Cod Oral Rabies Vaccination Program. This study explores two aspects of the program, focusing first on its overall effectiveness of bait distribution and secondly on tracking of focus species. Its effectiveness is being determined through rabies testing and tooth extraction, and tracking is being use in an effort to analyze what species are consuming the bait used to vaccinate on the Cape.
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