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Table 1 Data from 12 capture events of 38 wild boars (five adults, 20 subadults, 13 piglets) for the evaluation of a corral-style trap

From: Wild boar behaviour during live-trap capture in a corral-style trap: implications for animal welfare

Capture event Number of captured animals Time when the trap was set Time of capture Time when manager arrives Total time in trap
1 4 17:42 18:48 21:17 2 h 34 min
2 1 17:50 19:37 22:04 2 h 27 min
3 3 17:18 20:44 08:20 11 h 22 min
4 2 17:21 18:24 08:30 13 h 56 min
5 1 17:30 18:38 08:30 13 h 52 min
6 4 18:12 19:44 08:05 12 h 23 min
7 11a 18:48 20:22 09:01 12 h 37 min
8 2b 18:30 19:33 07:35 11 h 5 min
9 6c 18:05 20:40 08:47 12 h 7 min
10 1 19:34 19:47 07:48 11 h 10 min
11 1 19:24 20:29 08:30 12 h 4 min
12 2 20:04 20:24 08:24 10 h 57 min
  1. aOne sow and 10 piglets. The sow jumped out of the trap at 07:55 and the piglets were released
  2. bTwo wild boars were initially captured, but one jumped out of the trap at 05:28
  3. cThree sows and three piglets were captured. Upon trap approach by the wildlife manager, the animals got stressed inside the trap and one piglet was trampled, severely injured and euthanised on the spot, whereas the other five animals were released