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Fig. 3 | Movement Ecology

Fig. 3

From: Tracking animal movements using biomarkers in tail hairs: a novel approach for animal geolocating from sulfur isoscapes

Fig. 3

Black polygon shows mean distance required to move to detect movement across the Serengeti isoscape in different directions; green lines show the actual distance travelled by our cattle; red points correspond to distances and directions in which sulfur values in tail hair are not predicted to change significantly (based on comparing two segments, P > 0.05), while blue points correspond to distances and directions in which movement is predicted to result in a statistically significant change in sulfur tail values (P < 0.05)

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