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XWNCC-Animal Bites
In the United States, animal bites are often reported to law enforcement (such as animal control). The main concern with an animal bite is that the animal may be rabid. This dataset includes information on over 9,000 animal bites which occurred near Louisville, Kentucky from 1985 to 2017 and includes information on whether the animal was quarantined after the bite occurred and whether that animal was rabid. Attributes of animal bite incidents reported to and investigated by Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness. Personal/identifying data has been removed. This dataset is a single .csv with the following fields. bite_date: The date the bite occurred SpeciesIDDesc: The species of animal that did the biting BreedIDDesc: Breed (if known) GenderIDDesc: Gender (of the animal) color: color of the animal vaccination_yrs: how many years had passed since the last vaccination vaccination_date: the date of the last vaccination victim_zip: the zipcode of the victim AdvIssuedYNDesc: whether advice was issued WhereBittenIDDesc: Where on the body the victim was bitten quarantine_date: whether the animal was quarantined DispositionIDDesc: whether the animal was released from quarantine head_sent_date: the date the animal’s head was sent to the lab release_date: the date the animal was released ResultsIDDesc: results from lab tests (for rabies)
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