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Drivers of large carnivore density in non‐hunted, multi‐use landscapes

This research focused on working ranches, where killing jaars and their prey was forbidden, in order to gain insight into jaguar population growth in multi-use landscapes. We predict jag populations in working landscapes to be mainly male and transient, with low cub production and high population densities in remnant forest areas, compared to protected areas where we expected native forest habitat and stable japan territories. Male jaars had largeru201scale movements and were more detectable than females in both urban and protected landscapes, utilizing camera traps and spatial reconstruction synthesis. Female jaguars in ranches travelled farther than females in parks, and female japanes in parks walked farther than females in parks. With forest cover and wild prey activity, it decreased with domestic prey employment, and was marginally higher in ranches than in parks, and was marginally higher in ranches than in parks.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/csp2.12745

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