J. Singh's scientific contributions

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The present study was undertaken to study the prevalence of gastro-intestinal parasites (GIP) in captive wild herbivores in Nandanvan Zoo, Raipur with respect to species, age, sex and season to assess the intensity of gastro-intestinal parasites in captive wild herbivores. A total of 145 faecal samples were collected from enclosures of various capt...
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A two years old, female Indian Star tortoise was presented with the history of red coloured mass protruding out of cloaca along with inability to pass faeces and inappetance for last 12 hours. The mass appeared very smaller in size initially like a peanut but gradually increased to around 3 inches size over the period of time. Clinical examination...

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... 36.66%. Similarly host-wise incidence of parasites infections of this study is summarized and illustrated in Table 1 and [13] and Strongyles (62.50%) and Amphistome (35.00%) at Nandanvan Zoo, Raipur (Khutey et al. 2020) [11] . ...
... Scientific literature is available from research or case studies on captive and/or wild species of Indian reptiles. For example, tick infestation in captive and wild snakes [7,8] ; necrosed venom gland in cobra [9] ; injury in captive and rescued snakes [10,11] ; moth fly larvae infestation and shell infection in Indian flapshell turtles [1,12] ; fractured carapace, internal parasites and cloacal prolapse in Indian star tortoises [13,14,15,16,17] ; automobile accident and foreign body gastritis in crocodiles [18,19] ; tick infestation in monitor lizards [8,20,21] etc. ...