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oa Madoqua - Changes ion the social behaviour of South West African cheetah

 

Abstract

The social patterns of South West African cheetah are compared to those of the East African cheetah. The data analysed suggest that in the absence of large interspecific competitors grouping of cheetahs occur, prey size expands and litter size increase. No evidence of allo-parenting was found although both females and males exhibited social tendencies.

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1979-01-01
2016-12-04
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