Oh, Deer: Indiana Considers Case of Dani’s Caretakers

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 Wall Street Journal (Feb. 1)- Dr. Julia Whittington, director of the University of Illinois Wildlife Medical Clinic, said even with the best intentions, clear dangers exist to animals and people. For example, people and their pets can be exposed to harmful diseases, while the animals fail to develop the behaviors needed to live in the wild.

“There is a huge amount of information these animals learn. We are a poor, poor substitute,” she said.

Read the full article in The Wall Street Journal

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