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Kendrick, K. M. (1991). How the sheep's brain controls the visual recognition of animals and humans. J. Anim Sci., 69(12), 5008–5016.
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Curtis, S. E., & Stricklin, W. R. (1991). The importance of animal cognition in agricultural animal production systems: an overview. J. Anim Sci., 69(12), 5001–5007.
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