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Dissimilar home range estimates for black rhinoceros Diceros bicornis cannot be used to infer habitat change

  • Wayne L. Linklater (a1), Roan D. Plotz (a1), Graham I. H. Kerley (a2), Justin S. Brashares (a3), Peter C. Lent (a4), Elissa Z. Cameron (a5), Peter R. Law (a6) and Peter M. Hitchins (a7)...
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