Exudativory in the Bengal slow loris (Nycticebus bengalensis) in Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary, Tripura, northeast India

@article{Swapna2010ExudativoryIT,
  title={Exudativory in the Bengal slow loris (Nycticebus bengalensis) in Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary, Tripura, northeast India},
  author={N. Swapna and S. Radhakrishna and A. K. Gupta and A. Kumar},
  journal={American Journal of Primatology},
  year={2010},
  volume={72}
}
  • N. Swapna, S. Radhakrishna, +1 author A. Kumar
  • Published 2010
  • Biology, Medicine
  • American Journal of Primatology
  • In this study we estimated the extent of exudativory in Nycticebus bengalensis and examined whether exudates can be considered as fallback foods. This study was carried out in Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary, northeastern India, in winter (December–February) and summer (March and April). We estimated time–activity budget using instantaneous sampling and used continuous focal animal sampling to record all instances and durations of feeding, over a total of 177 hr. Feeding accounted for 22.3±2.2% of… CONTINUE READING
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