Cross-continental differences in patterns of predation: will naive moose in Scandinavia ever learn?

@article{Sand2006CrosscontinentalDI,
  title={Cross-continental differences in patterns of predation: will naive moose in Scandinavia ever learn?},
  author={H. Sand and C. Wikenros and Petter Wabakken and O. Liberg},
  journal={Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences},
  year={2006},
  volume={273},
  pages={1421 - 1427}
}
Predation has been recognized as a major selective force in the evolution of behavioural characteristics of mammals. As a consequence of local predator extinction, prey may lose knowledge about natural predators but usually express behavioural adjustments after return of predators. Human harvest may replace natural predation but prey selection may differ from that of natural predators leading to a change in the behavioural response of prey. We show that hunting success (HS) of re-colonizing… Expand

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