oa Madoqua - The social organization and associated behaviour in the Hartmann zebra Equus zebra hartmannae part 2
|Article Title||The social organization and associated behaviour in the Hartmann zebra Equus zebra hartmannae part 2|
|© Publisher:||Namibian Ministry of Environment and Tourism|
|Affiliations||1 Division of Nature Conservation and Tourism, South West Africa Administration.|
|Publication Date||Jan 1972|
|Pages||17 - 56|
|Keyword(s)||Artiodactyl, Breeding, Communication, Dust-bathing, Environmental situations, Etosha National Park, Family groups, Foals, Hierarchies, Leadership, Mating, Migratory habits, Oestrus cycles, Parental care, Parturition, Play, Ritualization, Sex relationship, Solitary stallions, Stallion groups, Threat displays, Urination-flehmen sequence and Weaning|
Of the many factors which may influence the growth of populations, one which has been receiving more and more attention lately is that of social organization. The influence of social organization on species depends upon the existing degree of specialization which varies from species to species and upon the different environmental situations.
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