A Controlled environment is an environment that is manipulated for the purpose of producing animals of a particular species, that has boundaries designed to prevent animals, eggs or gametes of the species from entering or leaving it, and the general characteristics of which may include but are not limited to: artificial housing;

waste removal; health care; protection from predators; and artificially supplied food.

French - milieu contrôlé
Spanish - medio controlado

Ref: 122849/2006-10-12

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