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Title: A novel technique for artificial pack formation in African wild dogs using odour familiarity.
Authors: Marneweck, Courtney.
Parker, Daniel M.
School of Biology and Environmental Sciences
School of Biology and Environmental Sciences
Keywords: Novel technique.;Artificial pack formation.;African wild dogs.;Odour.
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: BioOne Complete
Abstract: Reintroductions are recognized tools for species recovery. However, operations are costly, difficult to implement, and failures are common and not always understood. Their success for group-living species depends on the mimicry of natural processes that promote social integration. Due to fragmented landscapes, human mediated (i.e. artificial) group formation is often required.
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DOI: 10.3957/056.049.0116
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