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      Palaeoecology of the Miocene fauna from Paşalar, Turkey

      Journal of Human Evolution
      Elsevier BV

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          Species Density of North American Recent Mammals

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            Cooperative Hunting Harris' Hawks (Parabuteo unicinctus).

            J Bednarz (1988)
            Coordinated hunting by several individuals directed toward the capture and sharing of one Large prey animal has been documented convincingly only for a few mammalian carnivores. In New Mexico, Harris' hawks formed hunting parties of two to six individuals in the nonbreeding season. This behavior improved capture success and the average energy available per individual enabled hawks to dispatch prey larger than themselves. These patterns suggest that cooperation is important to understanding the evolution of complex social behavior in higher vertebrates and, specifically, that benefits derived from team hunting a key factor in the social living of Harris' hawks.
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              Patterns of ecological diversity in fossil and modern mammalian faunas

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                Journal of Human Evolution
                Journal of Human Evolution
                Elsevier BV
                00472484
                June 1990
                June 1990
                : 19
                : 4-5
                : 569-582
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                10.1016/0047-2484(90)90065-J
                fe440e4a-b79a-4f8d-b324-822c65f64b7b
                © 1990

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