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Dogs, Cats, Disease, and the Galapagos Islands

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After working on the Islands for most of 2019, Ben is in the process of developing a new Veterinary programme for 2020 to attend to the growing need for veterinary healthcare in this archipelago. When you think of the Galapagos Islands, you think of their unique and endemic wildlife, its pioneering research into conservation, and the source of Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution. However, Ben hopes to bring recognition to the areas not often talked about on Documentaries; the growing conflict between domesticated animals and wildlife.

This talk will provide an incredible insight into the veterinary world of invasive species, the problems they are causing, but also the problems that are affecting them.

This talk is part of the Departmental Seminar Programme, Department of Veterinary Medicine series.

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