Deborah A. Randall*†, Stuart D. Williams*†, Ivan V. Kuzmin‡, Charles E. Rupprecht‡, Lucy A. Tallents*†, Zelealem Tefera†, Kifle Argaw§, Fekadu Shiferaw§, Darryn L. Knobel†¶#, Claudio Sillero-Zubiri*, and M. Karen Laurenson*¶#
Author affiliations: *University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom; †Ethiopian Wolf Conservation Programme, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; ‡Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; §Ethiopian Wildlife Conservation Organisation, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; ¶University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom; #Frankfurt Zoological Society, Arusha, Tanzania
Figure 2. Ethiopian wolf subpopulations, habitat and carcass locations during the reported rabies outbreak in the Bale Mountains, Ethiopia. Samples were not obtained from all carcasses, but those confirmed rabies positive are depicted with filled circles.
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