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Volume 16, Number 4, Summer 1999

Primate photo Creature Discomforts

Animals get stressed, too--sometimes to the detriment of their health or reproductive ability. Studying animals from fish to livestock, researchers are learning more about this universal affliction.

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Forensic entomologist Robert Kimsey's specialty isn't for the squeamish: He uses his knowledge of insects and their role in decomposition to help resolve cases of suspicious death.

About the cover: Animals--on the farm, in the home or in the wild--can be subject to harmful levels of stress. See the story "Creature Discomforts." To obtain a copy of the print version of UC Davis Magazine, please see "About UC Davis Magazine."