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Animal Enclosures

Definition : Enclosures or containers used to house or transport animals. They may be made of wood, metal, plastic or a combination of these and can have solid or latticed sides and usually have one or more doors or lids; they can also contain openings for adding food, water, and other equipment. Animal enclosures are available in many sizes according to the animals to be confined; some are shaped to fit on racks or carts and can house small animals (e.g., mice, rats, rabbits, guinea pigs) while larger enclosures may be used to house larger animals (e.g., dogs, swine, primates). Leak-proof animal enclosures that may be filled with water (aquatic enclosures) are also available.

Entry Terms : "Animal Devices" , "Animal Housing" , "Animal Research Devices/Equipment" , "Animal-Use-Only Devices" , "Cages, Animal"

UMDC code : 15779

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