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Fig. S1. The factors influencing thedistribution of (a) Impala, (b) Grant’s gazelle, (c)hartebeest, (d) wildebeest, (e) buffalo, (f) giraffe and (g)elephant hotspots in the Mara region of Kenya in the wet seasonduring 1977–2010.

Fig. S2. The factors influencing thedistribution of (a) Impala, (b) Grant’s gazelle, (c)hartebeest, (d) wildebeest, (e) buffalo, (f) giraffe and (g)elephant hotspots in the Mara region of Kenya in the dry seasonduring 1977–2010.

Table S1. Selection of covariates for quantileregression models for predicting hotspots of herbivore species ineach season and land use type in the Mara region of Kenya based ona stepwise elimination procedure in which only covariates thatreduce the corrected Akaike Information Criterion (AICc) areretained in models.

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