Data from: The behavioral trade-off between thermoregulation and foraging in a heat-sensitive species

Tom H. E. Mason, Francesca Brivio, Philip A. Stephens, Marco Apollonio & Stefano Grignolio
The range-shifts of many species are lagging behind climate change, meaning that those species are likely to experience increases in average ambient temperature. Heat-sensitive species may experience increasingly precarious trade-offs between investment in thermoregulation versus other key processes as the climate warms. We investigated the potential for trade-offs to exist between behavioral thermoregulation and foraging, studying a typical heat-sensitive endotherm: the Alpine ibex (Capra ibex). Ibex use higher altitudes when it is hotter, which could...
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