Survival Strategies. Cooperation and Conflict in Animal Society.pdf

Survival Strategies. Cooperation and Conflict in Animal Society

Raghavendra Gadagkar

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Intergroup conflict in banded mongooses is driven by resource competition. • Conflict occurs when population density is high and rainfall low, and in oestrus. • Intergroup conflict has fitness costs through reduced pup and adult survival. • Pregnant females are less likely to abort during periods of intergroup conflict. • Intergroup conflict has measurable long- and short-term costs

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