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Table 1 Presence on land, on the sea ice, and at hotspots of 26 satellite–tracked arctic foxes

From: Spatio–temporal hotspots of satellite–tracked arctic foxes reveal a large detection range in a mammalian predator

Fox ID Proportion of days on land Nb. of hotspot visited Nb. of days on sea ice Proportion of sea ice days at hotspots (Nb. of days)
M283a 85.9 4 20 75 % (15)
M263 94.2 2 8 62.5 % (5)
M274 78.7 4 26 61.5 % (16)
M250 83.6 5 23 52.2 % (12)
M301a 77.0 4 32 50.0 % (16)
F255 78.4 5 29 44.8 % (13)
M327 66.7 3 29 34.5 % (10)
F264a 94.9 1 7 28.6 % (2)
F253a 95.6 1 6 16.7 % (1)
M247 87.3 1 18 11.1 % (2)
M118 70.5 2 33 9.1 % (3)
F252 88.7 1 16 6.3 % (1)
M278 86.5 1 19 5.3 % (1)
M166 64.0 0 41 ˗
F168 68.2 0 14 ˗
F277 89.9 0 14 ˗
F276 93.3 0 9 ˗
F318 94.3 0 8 ˗
M275 96.1 0 2 ˗
F256 100 0 0 ˗
F270 100 0 0 ˗
F272 100 0 0 ˗
F273 100 0 0 ˗
M271 100 0 0 ˗
M333 100 0 0 ˗
M334 100 0 0 ˗
  1. Data range from 25 October 2010 to 15 March 2011, when the only substantial food source on the sea ice is carrion. Foxes that were present at hotspots are shown in the top half of the table, followed by those that were not. F females, M males
  2. aindicates individuals for which the first presence on the sea ice was a visit to a hotspot