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Badger Sleeping Habits Could Help Target TB Control

Scientists found that badgers which strayed away from the family burrow in favour of sleeping in outlying dens were more likely to carry TB. The 12-month study of 40 wild badgers was funded by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) and could have implications for the management of bovine TB in parts of the UK...

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