Data from: Female American black bears do not alter space use or movements to reduce infanticide risk

D. Cody Norton, Jerrold L. Belant, John G. Bruggink, Dean E. Beyer, Nathan J. Svoboda & Tyler R. Petroelje
Infanticide occurs in a variety of animal species and infanticide risk has large implications for the evolution of behavior. Further, the sex hypothesis of sexual segregation predicts that for species in which infanticide occurs, females with dependent young will avoid males to reduce risk of sexually-selected infanticide. Infanticide risk-avoidance behavior has been studied primarily in social species, but also occurs in some solitary species. We used generalized linear mixed models to determine if space use...
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