Data from: Determinants of predation success: how to survive an attack from a rattlesnake

Malachi D. Whitford, Grace A. Freymiller, Timothy E. Higham & Rulon W. Clark
1. The selection pressures that arise from capturing prey and avoiding predators are some of the strongest biotic forces shaping animal form and function. Examining how performance (i.e., athletic ability) affects the outcomes of encounters between free-ranging predators and prey is essential for understanding the factors that determine predation success rates and broad scale predator–prey dynamics, but quantifying these encounters in natural situations is logistically challenging. 2. The goal of our study was to examine...
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