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La premiere iconographie du castor canadien suit des modeles europeens quand il s’agit de reproduire les traits de la bete… Expand Subadult intruding beavers (Castor spp.) could be expected to pose a higher threat than adults to territory holders because… Expand (To what extent) are medieval surgical texts realistic? Were they written as guidelines for everyday work, or are they documents… Expand Abstract Noninvasive sampling of mammalian hairs for surveying their populations and for providing density estimations is widely… Expand North American beavers (Castor canadensis) mark their territories with castoreum, the strong-smelling paste in their castor sacs… Expand North American beaver (Castor canadensis) mark their territories with castoreum, a chemically complex secretion from their castor… Expand North American beaver (Castor canadensis) mark their territories with castoreum, the contents of their castor sacs. In their… Expand Mammals use urine, feces, or the secretion of specialized skin glands to mark their territories. These sources can carry… Expand Abstract We tested the hypothesis that Eurasian beavers, Castor fiber, display the dear enemy phenomenon; that is, they respond… Expand