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Freeze branding This relatively new technique is discussed more fully by Newton in chapter 15. It is not yet generally used in zoos, though Egoscue (1975) mentions its application in Prairie dogs Cynomys ludovicianus. Trials on Przewalski horses Equus przewalskii at Whipsnade have produced easily visible hairless brands on an adult, and whitehair brands on foals which show up less clearly against the pale summer coat. The site used was the caudal thigh, which is discretely hidden by the tail at rest but shows up when the animal moves or flicks its tail.

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