Wild and Captive Wolf ( Canis lupus ) Aggression In Relation to Pack Size and Territory Availability

@inproceedings{White2006WildAC,
  title={Wild and Captive Wolf ( Canis lupus ) Aggression In Relation to Pack Size and Territory Availability},
  author={Annie B. White},
  year={2006}
}
  • Annie B. White
  • Published 2006
3 Introduction 4 Wild Wolf Social Organization 5 Captive Wolves and Hybrids 7 Intraspecific Aggression 8 Materials and Methods 10 Locations 10 Figure 1 – Mission:Wolf Map 11 Figure 2 – Wolf Territories Map 11 The Canids 13 Behavioral Descriptions 14 Table 1 – Ethogram 14 Captive Observations 15 Figure 3 – Picture 15 Wild Observations 17 Figure 4 – Rendezvous Map 18 Figure 5 – Rendezvous Picture 18 Statistical Analysis 20 
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