American Pronghorn Social Adaptations and the Ghosts of Predators Past E–pub READ
Were present as if they Were Living With The Ghosts living with the ghosts predators pastByers's provocative ypothesis will stimulate behavioral ecologists and mammalogists to consider whether other species' adaptations are also aunted by selective pressures from predators past The book will also find a ready audience among evolutionary biologists and paleontologist.
Free download American Pronghorn Social Adaptations and the Ghosts of Predators PastPronghorn antelope are the fastest
Runners In North Clockedin North America clocked speeds of up to 100 kilometers per our Yet none of of to 100 kilometers per our Yet none of current predators can come close to running this fast Pronghorn also gather in groups a behavior commonly viewed as a safety in numbers defense But again none of their living predators are fearsome enough to merit such ,
ResponseIn this elegantly written book John A Byers argues that these mystifying behaviors evolved in response to the dangerous predators with whom pronghorn shared their ome for nearly four million
among them fleet lions and cheetahs Although predators died out ten thousand years ago pronghorn still behave as if they.Years Among Them Fleet
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