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Animal Behavior Citations

Sources we cite in Animal Behavior

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6 Nicholls, Henry. 2011. The Way of the Panda: The Curious History of China’s Political Animal. Open Road Media. 304 pp.
7 Pikitch, E., Boersma, P.D., Boyd, I.L., Conover, D.O., Cury, P., Essington, T., Heppell, S.S., Houde, E.D., Mangel, M., Pauly, D., Plagányi, É., Sainsbury, K., and Steneck, R.S. 2012. Little Fish, Big Impact: Managing a Crucial Link in Ocean Food Webs. Lenfest Ocean Program. Washington, DC. 108 pp.

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