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Coordinated provisioning in a dual-foraging pelagic seabird

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In long-lived species, care-giving parents are expected to balance their own condition with that of their offspring. Many species of seabirds display a unique behavioural adaptation for managing these conflicting demands known as dual foraging, in which long trips, largely for self-maintenance, are alternated with short trips, which are primarily for offspring care. While dual foraging is a widely studied behaviour, it entails a complication that is seldom discussed: if parents independently ...

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10.1016/j.anbehav.2017.07.022

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Elsevier
Journal:
Animal Behaviour More from this journal
Volume:
132
Pages:
73-79
Publication date:
2017-09-01
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2017-06-09
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0003-3472
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2017-06-11

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