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Animal Movement Citations

Sources we cite in Animal Movement

1 Amiel, J. J., Chua, B., Wassersug, R. J., & Jones, D. R. (2011). Temperature-dependent regulation of blood distribution in snakes. Journal of Experimental Biology , 214, 1458-1462.
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