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Estación Biológica de Doñana
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Why brown bears have smelly feet
Most mammals rely upon scent for intraspecific communication. As most bear species have large home ranges and are non-territorial, scent deposit while walking could be an effective way to...
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Pigmentation plasticity in newt larvae
In heterogeneous environments, the capacity for colour change can be a valuable adaptation enhancing crypsis against predators. Alternatively, organisms might achieve concealment by evolving...
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Human behaviour can trigger large carnivore attacks in developed countries
Thousands of interactions occur between people and large carnivores with no human injuries or fatalities. However, the numbers tell that since the 1950s, six large carnivores have been involved in...
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outdoor leisure activities
risk-enhancing human behaviours
Demise and recovery of Egyptian vultures in light of changes in the population density of wild-rabbit
In this study, the consequences of the decay of wild rabbit populations have been modelled in the population size of Egyptian vultures. The decrease in this main food source led the vultures to...
About Demise and recovery of Egyptian vultures in light of changes in the population density of wild-rabbit