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Fig. 2 | Movement Ecology

Fig. 2

From: The effect of relatedness and pack size on territory overlap in African wild dogs

Fig. 2

Kernel-specific utilisation intensities. The proportion of GPS locations occurring in each of the three kernel density classes, indicating the proportion of time spent in each, were calculated for each pack (n = 20) and divided by the size of the respective kernels (km2). The distribution and density of these records indicate that, per km2, the overlap zones between neighbouring 50% kernels are 4.93 times more intensively utilized than between 95% kernels, and 2.34 times greater than between 75% kernels

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