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Many are in the form of metallic strips bent double, with a sharp point on one limb and a slot on the other. The tag is placed on the ear or other part of the body, the sharp end being bent at a right angle and pushed through the skin to engage in the slot on the other limb and be bent over. Normally no anaesthetic is needed to apply tags, if the appropriate size for the animal is chosen. In groups of animals tags may be torn out by fighting or playing, but if chosen properly they are usually permanent.
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