Cameras reveal snowshoe hare density

A new study in the Journal of Mammalogy shows recently developed camera-trapping methods could be a viable alternative to live-trapping for determining the density of snowshoe hares and potentially other small mammals that ...

Detecting fish, mammals, and birds from a single water sample

In times of exacerbating biodiversity loss, reliable data on species occurrence is essential, in order for prompt and adequate conservation actions to be initiated. This is especially true for freshwater ecosystems, which ...

Black howler monkeys adapt mental maps like humans

Ever since humans began committing their view of the world to flat slabs of rock and papyrus, we had a sense that our mental maps are laid out in much the same way. However, our mental maps are nothing like paper maps. Humans ...

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