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Group Structure and Behaviour of Babirusa (Babyrousa babyrussa) in Northern Sulawesi
(CSIRO publishing, 1995)
Studies were carried out at two ‘salt-licks’ in lowland tropical forest on North Sulawesi, Indonesia. During 60 days of observation 586 sightings of babirusa were made comprising 161 of adult males, 155 of adult females, ...
Notes on the behaviour of Sulawesi Warty pigs (Sus celebensis) in North Sulawesi, Indonesia.
(Malaysian Nature Society, 1996)
The behavior of 13 groups of Sulawesi pigs was observed and filmed at a 'salt-lick' and a wallow in Northern Sulawesi, Indonesia. The group size ranged from one to six animals. In proportion to the reported population size ...
Behaviour of the babirusa (Babyrousa babyrussa) with suggestions for husbandry.
The babirusa is a remarkable pig, endemic on the Indonesian islands of Sulawesi, Buru and the smaller Sula and Togian islands. The single species of the genus is divisable into three living subspecies: Babyrousa babyrussa ...
Anatomy and histology of the babirusa (Babyrousa babyrussa) stomach.
Stomachs from six adults and one 12-month old babirusa (Babyrousa babyrussa)were collected from zoological gardens. The babirusa stomach was larger than that of the domestic pig (Sus scrofa), and possessed a large diverticulum ...
Gastrointestinal anatomy, diet selection and digestion in mammals: a brief overview.
(Filander: Furth, 1995)
One of the challenges zoos face when housing little-know exotic animals is the provision of an adequate diet. The success of such diets is dependant, among other things, on knowledge of the functional anatomy of the digestive ...
Feeding babirusa (Babyrousa babyrussa) in captivity.
(Filander; Fürth, 2000)
This paper reviews the available information on stomach anatomy, digestion, foraging behaviour and diet of wild and captive babirusa. Based on this information, suggestions for changes in the diet of captive babirusa are ...
Foraging behaviour, food selection and diet digestion of Babyrousa babyrussa (Suidae, Mammalia)
(The University of Edinburgh. College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine. Royal (Dick) Veterinary School., 1994-07)
A population of 79 babirusa distributed over 19 zoos in Europe and the United States were the subject of a study of the foraging behaviour, food selection, and digestion of the babirusa (Babyrousa babyrussa). Stomachs ...
Creating a public understanding of the biology of the Babirusa (Babyrousa babyrussa) within a caring zoo environment.
(Gran Paradiso National Park., 1995)
Studies of the anatomy, behaviour, physiology, and veterinary medicine of the babirusa have contributed to our understanding of the biology of the animal. The first part of this paper seeks to illustrate by means of ...
Immunohistochemical study on the distribution of endocrine cells in the gastrointestinal tract of the babirusa, Babyrousa babyrussa (Suidae).
The distribution and relative frequency of endocrine cells in the gastointestinal tract of the babirussa were studied immuno-histochemically using the avidin-biotin-peroxidase complex method.
Analyses of diets fed to Babirusa (Babyrousa babyrussa) in captivity with respect to their nutritional requirements.
(Gran Paradiso National Park, 2005)
Although very little is known about the diet of Babirusa in the wild, they have been successfully kept in captivity in zoos around the world for 200 years. Studies have shown that the anatomy of their digestive tract ...