Predator scent induces differing responses in two sympatric macropodids

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Australian Journal of Zoology, 2005, 53 (2), pp. 73 - 78
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When prey species encounter the scent of a predator they must make a decision on how to respond. This may be either to ignore, flee, hide or alarm call. While many species are able to derive detailed information from the chemical cues associated with pre
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