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Habitat fragmentation has been shown to influence the abundance, movements and persistence of many species. Here, we examine the… Expand Experimental evidence of trophic cascades initiated by large vertebrate predators is rare in terrestrial ecosystems. A… Expand Most large carnivore species are in global decline. Conflict with local people, particularly over depredation on livestock, is a… Expand Carnivore conservation depends on the sociopolitical landscape as much as the biological landscape. Changing political attitudes… Expand I examined the effects of habitat fragmentation on the distribution and abundance of mamma- lian carnivores in coastal southern… Expand Differential fractionation of stable isotopes of carbon during photosynthesis causes C 4 plants and C3 plants to have distinct… Expand Wildlife crossing structures are intended to increase permeability and habitat connectivity across roads. Few studies, however… Expand Plants and carnivorous arthropods can interact mutualistically. A recent discovery is that such mutualisms can be mediated by… Expand Abstract African wild dogs are 20–25 kg social carnivores whose major prey are ungulates ranging from 15 to 200 kg. In the Selous… Expand Diverse selective pressures have contributed to the evolution of the varied social groups of carnivores: the benefits of strength… Expand