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Behavioural Rhythms during the Adaptive Phase of Introduced Milu/Pere David's Deer, Elaphurus davidianus, in the Dongting Lake Wetland, China

Behavioural Rhythms during the Adaptive Phase of Introduced Milu/Pere David's Deer, Elaphurus davidianus, in the Dongting Lake Wetland, China

Shuangye Wang1, Yunlin Zhao1, Zhenggang Xu1,2,*, Li Li3, Liang Wu1, Choucang Duan1 and Jiao Peng1

 

1College of Life Science and Technology, Central South University of Forestry and Technology, Changsha 410004, P.R.China
2College of Chemistry and Environment Engineering, Hunan City University, Yiyang, 413000,P.R.China
3Hunan Wild Animal Rescue and Breeding Center, Changsha 410116, P.R.China

*      Corresponding author: rssq198677@163.com

Fig 1

Living areas of reintroduced Milu and wild Milu.

Fig 2

The number of behavior types of male and female Milu in each time interval.

Fig 3

Behavioral rhythm of released Milu in adaptation phase (every 5 min).

Fig 4

Behavioral rhythm of released Milu in adaptation phase (every h).

Pakistan Journal of Zoology (Associated Journals)

August

Vol. 49, Iss. 4, Pages 1151-1546

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