Cats and dogs: A mesopredator navigating risk and reward provisioned by an apex predator

Mitchell J. Brunet, Kevin Monteith, Katey Huggler, Justin Clapp, Daniel Thompson, Patrick Burke, Mark Zornes, Patrick Lionberger, Miguel Valdez & Joseph Holbrook
Successfully perceiving risk and reward is fundamental to the fitness of an animal, and can be achieved through a variety of perception tactics. For example, mesopredators may ‘directly’ perceive risk by visually observing apex predators, or may ‘indirectly’ perceive risk by observing habitats used by predators. Direct assessments should more accurately characterize the arrangement of risk and reward; however, indirect assessments are used more frequently in studies concerning the response of GPS-marked animals to spatiotemporally...
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