Frédéric Touzalin

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Prey living in groups often partly rely on companions to detect predators. Accordingly, individuals having vigilant neighbors could decrease their own vigilance, engendering a certain level of vigilance coordination in the group. However, when a predator attacks, individuals that spot it react quicker than individuals that follow them and have less chance(More)
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