Interspecific killing between wolves and golden jackals in Iran

@article{Mohammadi2017InterspecificKB,
  title={Interspecific killing between wolves and golden jackals in Iran},
  author={A. Mohammadi and M. Kaboli and J. L{\'o}pez-Bao},
  journal={European Journal of Wildlife Research},
  year={2017},
  volume={63},
  pages={1-5}
}
Interspecific killing is a widespread phenomenon among mammalian carnivores; being common, for instance, within the canid guild. The canid guild in Hamadan province, west of Iran, comprises three species: the gray wolf Canis lupus pallipes, the golden jackal Canis aureus, and the red fox Vulpes vulpes. In this area, habitat transformation and agricultural land uses have significantly reduced wild prey populations. In search of food, members of the canid guild are often driven to human… Expand

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