Social learning of risky behaviour: importance for impact assessments, conservation and management of human–wildlife interactions

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R. Donaldson, Conservation Medicine Program, School of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences, Murdoch University, Perth, 6150, Western Australia.

Email: r.donaldson@murdoch.edu.au

Abstract

Read the Feature Paper: The social side of human-wildlife interaction: wildlife can learn harmful behaviours from each other

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