Data from: Urbanization and individual differences in exploration and plasticity

Megan Joy Thompson, Julian Claude Evans, Sheena Parsons & Julie Morand-Ferron
Urban environments impose novel challenges on animals and, as a result, the behaviors of urban wildlife are changing. In particular, high exploratory tendencies and an ability to gather more information from the environment may facilitate adoption of novel ecological opportunities. As of yet, very few studies have examined if urbanization predicts the way in which animals explore novel environments, or the extent of among-individual variation within habitats. Here, we assess exploration and it’s temporal plasticity...
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