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Organizations relating to Rodents, Rabbits
World Lagomorph Society / Vienna, Austria
European Castor and Wheel Manufacturers Association / Milan, Italy / Est. 2004
European Squirrel Initiative / Woodbridge, UK / Est. 2002
International Association for the Rational Destruction of Rats / Est. 1911
International Gerbil Federation / Est. 1999
Asia Pacific Rodent Control Society / Est. 1968
Hotot Rabbit Breeders International / Ypsilanti MI, USA / Est. 1979
International Workshop on Alloantigeneic Systems in the Rat / Cambridge, UK
International Observatory on Rabbit Breeding in Mediterranean Countries
Académie internationale du rat
International Marmot Network
International Workshop on Humanized Mice / Est. 2006
World Rabbit Science Association / Valencia, Spain / Est. 1976
International Conference on Rodent Biology / Est. 1987
International Conference on Rodent Biology and Management / Est. 1998
Entente Européenne d'Aviculture et de Cuniculture / Birmensdorf, Switzerland / Est. 1938
Anti-Persoonsmijnen Ontmijnende Productontwikkeling / Antwerp, Belgium / Est. 1998
View all profiles (18 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations
World Problems relating to Rodents, RabbitsFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Rodent vectors of disease
Hunting of hares
Rodents as pests
Rats as pests
Threatened species of Nesolagus netscheri
Rodent resistance to rodenticides
Action Strategies relating to Rodents, RabbitsFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Rearing rabbits for consumption
Controlling rodent pests
Conserving endangered species of rodents
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