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live trap

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livetrap

n
(Zoology) a box constructed to trap an animal without injuring it
vb, -traps, -trapping or -trapped
(Zoology) (tr) to catch (an animal) in such a box
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Here, I describe a new acoustic live trap specifically designed for acoustic parasitoids such as E.
Table 1.--Results from Sherman live trap captures of Peromyscus leucopus (n = 71) based on trap treatment and gender.
For capture, we used Tomahawk Model 2000 Gopher Tunnel Traps (Tomahawk Live Trap Company, Tomahawk, Wisconsin).
We attempted to live trap lemmings under the snow in their preferred winter habitat at two sites in the Canadian Arctic using chimney-like boxes.
As for Mr Lynch's comment that we will soon be unable to poison rats or trap mice, people should not trap mice unless they use the 'live trap' which traps the mouse inside without injuring it, thus enabling it to be set free and let loose at a distance from where it was found.
Residential property owners could hire a nuisance wildlife service to live trap and release, or could hire a licensed trapper to trap and destroy, without requiring any written authorization from the ministry, Dale explained.
We built live traps by attaching Tomahawk collapsible single-door live traps (Model 207, 81.3 X 25.4 X 30.5 cm; Tomahawk Live Trap Co., Tomahawk, Wisconsin, USA) to a plywood box (Wilbert 1992).
(b) 1 trap-night = 1 live trap set for one 24-h period.
They caught individuals from each of these groups in a live trap. They recorded vocal alarm calls from each of these rodents and compared them to the alarm vocalizations of other members in that rodent's particular social group.
Superintendent of Huntsville schools, Alvin Lievsay, told the AP that a student's parent promised to bring in a raccoon for the exercise, but surprised teacher Jerick Hutchinson by bringing the animal in a live trap. Lievsay said Hutchinson, "who used to work in a slaughter house," took the animal outside to the back of his truck Friday and shot it with the nail gun.
Researchers from the University of Auckland in New Zealand captured the wild brown rat using a live trap and set it free on Motuhoropapa, an uninhabited forested island off the north-east coast of New Zealand.