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1Sheikh Butti al Maktoum Breeding Centre, Dubai, UAE.  123456@eim.ae, 2Wadi Al Safa Wildlife Centre, PO Box,  Dubai, UAE.  123456@eim.ae

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Introduction:
Our article summarises the management of cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus) in captivity in the Middle East...............

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Table 1.  Population of cheetahs in breeding centres in the Middle East.  
          

Centre

Country

Number of Cheetahs

Wadi al Safa Wildlife Centre

United Arab Emirates

5

 

 

 

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Acknowledgements (Franklin Gothic Book 8 font, bold heading left aligned, justified body text) should be given as a brief list at the end of the text under a separate heading.

Acknowledgements:
We thank K. O'Donovan for his technical assistance

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All literature quoted must be listed in alphabetical order of author names at the end of the manuscript.  Use the Harvard system. Name(s), followed by initial(s) of authors. Year of publication. If the author has more than one publication in that year follow year by a b or c.  Title of paper. Title of Journal in italics. This can be abbreviated according to convention. Volume number in bold. Number of first and last page in article. No pp prefix.

References:

Journal Articles
Forbes, N.A., Hingston, S. and Zsivanovits, H.P.  2000. Falcon herpesvirus in the UK. Veterinary Record. 147: 492-493.

Conference proceedings
Johannknecht, S., Grund, C.H., Grimmm, F. and Wernery, U.  2001. Prevalence of latent herpesvirus infection in birds of prey. Proceedings of the conference of the European Community of the Association of Avian Veterinarians (EAAV). Munich. Germany. 215-219.

Books
Remple, D. 2000. Considerations on the production of a safe and efficacious falcon herpesvirus vaccine. In: Lumeij, J.T., D. Remple, P.T. Redig, M. Lierz, and J.E. Cooper (eds). Raptor Biomedicine III. Zoological Education Network. Inc. Lake Worth. Florida. USA. 13-24.

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