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Ecology and Conservation of the Cascade Red Fox

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Sarcoptic mange: An emerging threat to Chilean wild mammals? (Montecino-Latorre et al. 2020)

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2019 IUCN Canid SG Report

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Ecology and conservation of the maned wolf in northeastern Argentina

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Camera trapping as a method to estimate population abundance of mammals in temperate grasslands of northern Uruguay: density calculation models applied to carnivore species

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On a Dhole Trail: Examining Ecological and Anthropogenic Correlates of Dhole Habitat Occupancy in the Western Ghats of India

On a Dhole Trail: Examining Ecological and Anthropogenic Correlates of Dhole Habitat Occupancy in the Western Ghats of India",  in PLoS One.

http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0098803

The lead author is Arjun Srivathsa, an alumnus of the post-graduate course in Wildlife Biology and Conservation, jointly run by WCS-India and Nationa...

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On a Dhole Trail: Ecological and Anthropogenic Correlates of Dhole in the Western Ghats of India

"On a Dhole Trail: Examining Ecological and Anthropogenic Correlates of Dhole Habitat Occupancy in the Western Ghats of India",  in PLoS One.

http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0098803

The lead author is Arjun Srivathsa, an alumnus of the post-graduate course in Wildlife Biology and Conservation, jointly run by WCS-India and Na...

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DNA hints at earlier dog evolution

Swedish researchers say that dogs may have been domesticated much earlier than some other studies suggest.

A genetic study indicates that dogs may have begun to split from wolves 27,000 years ago.

The discovery, in Current Biology, challenges the view that dogs were domesticated much more recently, around 15,000 years ago as humans changed from being hunter-gatherers to farmers.

The study might also explain the deep bond between dog...

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DNA hints at earlier dog evolution

Swedish researchers say that dogs may have been domesticated much earlier than some other studies suggest.

A genetic study indicates that dogs may have begun to split from wolves 27,000 years ago.

The discovery, in Current Biology, challenges the view that dogs were domesticated much more recently, around 15,000 years ago as humans changed from being hunter-gatherers to farmers.

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Breeding wolf pack sighted in California

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife released photos of five wolf pups with a pair of adults, one of them thought to be the wolf seen in the spring. It is the first confirmed sighting of a gray wolf pack in modern California history.


Read more: http://www.sacbee.com/news/local/environment/article31632431.html

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