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formed by the fusion of lateral extensions of carapacial and plastral bones. 1 This unique configuration separates the chelonian anatomy from other reptiles, with the shell providing support and protection. The extent of shell protection varies by

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national professional association 24 (87 [9.3%]), none of the sources listed as answer options (46 [4.9%]), a reptile textbook 25 (33 [3.5%]), a zoo and wildlife textbook 26 (27 [2.9%]), any manual published by the British Small Animal Veterinary

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ownership was measured by means of asking participants if they owned a pet and, if yes, what species they owned (dog, cat, fish, bird, small animal, reptile, horse, or other). If participants selected yes to owning a pet, they were asked how often their pet

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