Yellow-bellied marmots discriminate between the alarm calls of individuals and are more responsive to calls from juveniles

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Unlike individually distinctive territorial calls, contact calls, or calls that aid in the recognition of young by their parents, the function or functions of individually distinctive alarm calls (vocalizations produced in response to predators) is not immediately apparent. Yellow-bellied marmots, Marmota flaviventris, grounddwelling sciurid rodents… (More)

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