Shared predators between primate groups and mixed species bird flocks: The potential for forest-wide eavesdropping networks

Ari Martinez, Eliseo Parra, Juan Pablo Gomez & Vance Vredenburg
A basic tenet of animal behavior is that animal groupings (e.g., schools of fishes or flocks of birds) are widely influenced by predators. Many studies have focused on communication between individuals within the same species or different species within a defined social group; but predators typically select from a number of different co-occurring species. To evaluate whether two distantly-related species with similar predators share vocal information regarding predator threats, we conducted a field experiment in...
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