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He had suffered an injury to his face, so he was kept under observation at RSPCA Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre to check the snare hadn't caused any lasting damage.
THE recent report on interference with snares tells just one side of the story.
Easy to make from widely available material such as bicycle cable wires and quick to set up, wire snares are deadly traps that are fast becoming the plague of Asia's forests.
lt;B RSPCA Cymru was alerted in February to this badger caught in a snare, and the animal was released back into the wild
Some say poachers who do not return to snared animals simply forgot where they set the snare.
A snare is a wire noose which is attached to a stake or heavy object that acts as an anchor.
VICIOUS snares that cause unspeakable suffering to trapped pets and wildlife must be banned, say protesters.
Apart from it being illegal to place a snare without landowner consent, it is also a danger to dogs in addition to the obvious threat to wildlife.
SNARE proteins are targeted by Botox treatments, preventing them from helping muscles contract.
A basic snare is a simple device: a looped cord or rope that tightens around an animal as it walks through.
Disposable medical devices company Merit Medical Systems Inc (NasdaqGS:MMSI) reported on Monday the receipt of the 510(k) clearance from the FDA for the ONE Snare Endovascular Snare System.