Acoustic features involved in the neighbour–stranger vocal recognition process in male Australian fur seals

@article{Tripovich2008AcousticFI,
  title={Acoustic features involved in the neighbour–stranger vocal recognition process in male Australian fur seals},
  author={J. Tripovich and I. Charrier and T. Rogers and R. Canfield and J. Arnould},
  journal={Behavioural Processes},
  year={2008},
  volume={79},
  pages={74-80}
}
Many territorial species have the ability to recognise neighbours from stranger individuals. If the neighbouring individual is assumed to pose less of a threat, the territorial individual responds less and avoids unnecessary confrontations with familiar individuals at established boundaries, thus avoiding the costly energy expenditure associated with fighting. Territorial male Australian fur seals respond more to strangers than to neighbouring males. The present study evaluated which acoustic… Expand

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