Data from: Personality drives physiological adjustments and is not related to survival

Allert I. Bijleveld, Georgina Massourakis, Annemarie Van Der Marel, Anne Dekinga, Bernard Spaans, Jan A. Van Gils & Theunis Piersma
The evolutionary function and maintenance of variation in animal personality is still under debate. Variation in the size of metabolic organs has recently been suggested to cause and maintain variation in personality. Here, we examine two main underlying notions: (i) that organ sizes vary consistently between individuals and cause consistent behavioural patterns, and (ii) that a more exploratory personality is associated with reduced survival. Exploratory behaviour of captive red knots (Calidris canutus, a migrant shorebird)...
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