Human impact overrides bioclimatic drivers of red fox home range size globally

Michael Main, Robert Davis, David Blake, Harriet Mills & Tim Doherty
Aim Identifying the variables that influence animal home range size is important for understanding the biological requirements of individuals and their social interactions. Given their often broad distributions, carnivores are model organisms for studying range-wide determinants of home range size. Here we test predictions about environmental determinants of home range size for one of the world’s most widely distributed carnivores, the red fox (Vulpes vulpes). Location Global Methods We compiled a database of 70 mean...
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