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Global-scale animal ecology reveals behavioral changes in response to climate change

Biologists developed a data archive of animal movement studies from across the global Arctic and sub-Arctic and conducted three case studies that revealed surprising patterns and associations between climate change and the behavior of golden eagles, bears, caribou, moose and wolves. This work demonstrates both the feasibility and importance of global-scale animal ecology.

Link: https://www.the-scientist.com/features/can-rewilding-large-predators-regenerate-ecosystems–68080

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