Comparing responses of four ungulate species to playbacks of baboon alarm calls

@article{Kitchen2010ComparingRO,
  title={Comparing responses of four ungulate species to playbacks of baboon alarm calls},
  author={D. Kitchen and T. Bergman and D. Cheney and James R. Nicholson and R. Seyfarth},
  journal={Animal Cognition},
  year={2010},
  volume={13},
  pages={861-870}
}
A growing body of evidence suggests that a wide range of animals can recognize and respond appropriately to calls produced by other species. Social learning has been implicated as a possible mechanism by which heterospecific call recognition might develop. To examine whether familiarity and/or shared vulnerability with the calling species might influence the ability of sympatric species to distinguish heterospecific alarm calls, we tested whether four ungulate species (impala: Aepyceros… Expand
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