Supplementary material from \"Time constraints may pace the ontogeny of movement behaviour\"

Anne G. Hertel, Ron Efrat, Korin Reznikov, Nir Sapir, Oded Berger-Tal & Thomas Mueller
During early development, juvenile animals need to acquire a diverse behavioural repertoire to interact with their environment. The ontogeny of animal behaviour, is paced by the motivation to improve, e.g. internal clocks, and limited by external constraints, e.g. weather conditions. We here evaluate how naive Egyptian vultures (Neophron percnopterus) improve in locomotor performance, measured as daily maximum displacement, prior to their first migration under three different time constraint regimes: we compared wild hatched vultures, migrating...
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