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Fish and Wildlife gets a new forensics lab (access required)

For the first time, the state’s Wildlife Health and Forensics Laboratory will have a facility on Eagle Island specifically designed to determine diseases live and dead wildlife may be carrying. Only dead animals will be brought to the lab. The largest will be transported from the truck to the freezer, cooler and necropsy lab on a ...

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