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Table 1 Details of Persian leopards collared in Tandoureh National Park, northeastern Iran (2014–2017). M1 (old male) showed a mixed ranging pattern. He showed resident behavior until almost 5.5 months after collaring when his semi-variance increased and he started his excursions outside the park along the borderland’s communities with regular returns to the national park

From: Understanding decision making in a food-caching predator using hidden Markov models

Leopard Name/IDSex/ageCapture dateLast fixNumber of daysLife stage
M1/BorzouM/+ 105.2.20154.2.2016368Resident/non-resident
M2/BardiaM/8–103.10.201430.9.2015362Resident
M3/BornaM/5–628.9.201427.9.2015364Resident
M4/TandourehM/7–1016.8.20161.04.2017228Resident
F5/IranF/2–36.12.201529.1.201654Non-resident
M6/KavehM/3–44.9.201526.8.2016 326Non-resident