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Cattle roaming freely on Bangladesh streets increase health and environmental hazards


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Cattle roaming freely on Bangladesh streets increase health and environmental hazards

A research article recently published in Bangladesh Journal of Animal Sciences discusses the public health and environmental hazards of livestock rearing in urban areas. The article is made available online via Bangladesh Journals Online (BanglaJOL), supported by INASP.

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