Induced abortion and social factors in wild horses

@article{Berger1983InducedAA,
  title={Induced abortion and social factors in wild horses},
  author={J. Berger},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1983},
  volume={303},
  pages={59-61}
}
  • J. Berger
  • Published 1983
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Nature
Much evidence now suggests that the postnatal killing of young in primates1–4 and carnivores5,6, and induced abortions in some rodents7–9, are evolved traits exerting strong selective pressures on adult male and female behaviour. Among ungulates it is perplexing that either no species have developed convergent tactics or that these behaviours are not reported, especially as ungulates have social systems similar to those of members of the above groups10,11. Only in captive horses (Equus caballus… Expand
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