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Parent Topic: Animal welfare

Welfare biology is the study of living things considered as moral patients. The discipline's main purpose is to determine the circumstances affecting wild animal welfare. Applied welfare biology, in turn, is the application of welfare biology to identify interventions that affect the welfare of wild animals.[1] The field was established by economist Yew-Kwang Ng in a seminal 1995 paper.[2]


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