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The Better to Eat You WithFear in the Animal World$
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Joel Berger

Print publication date: 2008

Print ISBN-13: 9780226043630

Published to Chicago Scholarship Online: February 2013

DOI: 10.7208/chicago/9780226043647.001.0001

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Changing the Rules of Engagement

Changing the Rules of Engagement

(p.194) Chapter 12 Changing the Rules of Engagement
The Better to Eat You With

Joel Berger

University of Chicago Press

There are different ways to explore prey and predator relationships. In a few instances, prey have expanded into areas that lack effective carnivores. Then, we can ask whether prey differ in responses to recently extirpated or long-extinct predators. Other sorts of insights can be gleaned when wildly exotic species invade. Sometimes they are introduced animals known as aliens. They can also be humans armed with new technologies. With these issues in mind, the author describes spent time in Africa, Australia, Argentina, and central Asia in order to study how prey and predator relationships have changed.

Keywords:   prey, predators, Africa, Australia, Argentina, central Asia

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