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Distribution, status and preservation of feral sheep in New Zealand


, : Distribution, status and preservation of feral sheep in New Zealand. Coloured sheep and their products Papers presented at the World Congress held at Lincoln College and Massey University, New Zealand, 20-31 January, 1984: 295-301

A historical survey and an account of the scientific work and conservation activity that has taken place since 1976 are given.

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