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Nasal discharges may also be indicative of health and welfare problems.

Copious clear nasal discharge should be cause for concern.

The presence of mucus, blood, or food coming out of the nose is suggestive of disease.

            

       

Question 27

Why does the rabbit on the left have wet paws?

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