Data from: Infanticide as a male reproductive strategy has a nutritive risk effect in brown bears

Sam M. J. G. Steyaert, Christine Reusch, Sven Brunberg, Jon E. Swenson, Klaus Hackländer, Andreas Zedrosser & K. Hacklander
Behavioral strategies to reduce predation can incur costs (i.e. risk effects). A common strategy to avoid predation is spatiotemporal avoidance of predators, in which prey typically trade optimal resources for safety. Analogous with predator-prey theory, risk effects should also arise in species with sexually selected infanticide (SSI), in which females with dependent offspring avoid infanticidal males. In brown bears (Ursus arctos), SSI is common and explains spatiotemporal segregation among reproductive classes. Here, we show that...
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