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Behavioural and endocrine correlates to the aardwolf mating system
It is now widely recognized that mating systems contain both social and genetic components, where social components describe patterns of social associations while genetic components reflect patternsExpand
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Reproductive endocrinology of zoo-housed aardwolves
Knowledge regarding the relationship between endocrine parameters and reproductive activity can offer important insights into how social and environmental factors influence the reproductive successExpand
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Using road patrol data to identify factors associated with carnivore roadkill counts
As the global road network expands, roads pose an emerging threat to wildlife populations. One way in which roads can affect wildlife is wildlife-vehicle collisions, which can be a significant causeExpand
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African wild dogs : genetic viability of translocated populations across South Africa
Abstract South Africa holds a viable population of the endangered African wild dog (Lycaon pictus), with almost 500 individuals divided into (1) an unmanaged population in the Kruger National ParkExpand
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Lycaon pictus – African Wild Dog
Taxonomic notes: Temminck originally described the African Wild Dog (hereafter Wild Dog) in 1820 from a specimen collected in coastal Mozambique, which was originally thought to be species of hyaenaExpand
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Seasonal Variation in Body Condition of Impala at Manyeleti Game Reserve, South Africa
The physiological condition of animals connects resources in the environment to demographic responses through reproduction, survival and abundance, and it provides critical information forExpand
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Food, family and female age affect reproduction and pup survival of African wild dogs
Understanding factors that affect the reproductive output and growth of a population of endangered carnivores is key to providing information for their effective conservation. Here, we assessedExpand
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Top–down limits on prey populations may be more severe in larger prey species, despite having fewer predators
Variation in the vulnerability of herbivore prey to predation is linked to body size, yet whether this relationship is size‐nested or size‐partitioned remains debated. If size‐partitioned, predatorsExpand
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