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directly exposed for recreation including water sports and fishing. Humans or animals that consume the fish may be at an even greater risk, as fish are frequently contaminated with ARB and ARG of urgent public health concern. 5 While widespread risk

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

from a diverse range of taxon groups, including nondomestic felids (lions, tigers, snow leopards, fishing cat, cougar, and lynx), nonhuman primates, and other mammals (otters, hyenas, hippopotamuses, manatees, coatimundi, and binturong) have tested

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

–forming foam in firefighting training exercises 17 and has led to restrictions on hunting and fishing in the area. Air, dust, and soil —Though PFAS can be detected in outdoor air, Shoeib et al 18 demonstrated PFAS concentrations inside could be 100 times

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

Overexploitation of wildlife species is another significant driver of biodiversity decline. 7 , 10 Exploitation encompasses anything that results in the direct take of one or more wildlife individuals, including hunting, fishing, poaching, or live capture for the

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

, mink, otters, pet ferrets, lions, tigers, pumas, snow leopards, gorillas, white-tailed deer, fishing cat, Binturong, South American coati, spotted hyena, Eurasian lynx, Canada lynx, hippopotamus, hamster, mule deer, giant anteater, West Indian manatee

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association