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Hunting on a hot day: effects of temperature on interactions between African wild dogs and their prey

As global temperatures increase, interactions between species are affected by changes in distribution, abundance and phenology, but also by changes in behavior. The heat dissipation limitation hypothesis suggests that the ability to dissipate heat commonly limits the activity of endotherms, a... Full description

1st Person: Creel, Scott
Additional Persons: Creel, Nancy M.; Creel, Andrea M.; Creel, Bridget M.
Source: in Ecology Vol. 97, No. 11 (2016), p. 2910-2916
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2016
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