In situ Caching of a Large Mammal Carcass by a Fisher, Martes pennanti
Keywords:caching, Fisher, Martes pennanti, mustelid, scavenging, carcass, Algonquin Park, Ontario
AbstractWe document what is apparently the first reported instance of in situ caching of a large mammal carcass by a Fisher (Martes pennanti).
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