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  • 1. Dog-eat-Dog
    MadhurMangalam

2. for a species
3. minimally required area
food distribution
food density
predation pressure
ecological factors
Schaik & Hooff, 1983
4. minimally required area
feeding strategy
food distribution
food density
anti- predation strategy
predation pressure
ecological factors
behavioral responses
Schaik & Hooff, 1983
5. minimally required area
feeding strategy
group cohesion
food distribution
food density
groupsize
anti- predation strategy
predation pressure
group characte-ristics
ecological factors
behavioral responses
social structure
Schaik & Hooff, 1983
6. minimally required area
feeding strategy
group cohesion
food distribution
group composition
food density
groupsize
anti- predation strategy
patterns in genetic relatedness
predation pressure
migration patterns
group characte-ristics
ecological factors
behavioral responses
social organization
social structure
Schaik & Hooff, 1983
7. minimally required area
feeding strategy
group cohesion
food distribution
group composition
patterns in social behavior
food density
groupsize
anti- predation strategy
patterns in genetic relatedness
predation pressure
migration patterns
group characte-ristics
ecological factors
behavioral responses
social organization
social organization
social structure
Schaik & Hooff, 1983
8. minimally required area
feeding strategy
group cohesion
food distribution
group composition
patterns in social behavior
food density
groupsize
anti- predation strategy
patterns in genetic relatedness
predation pressure
migration patterns
group characte-ristics
ecological factors
behavioral responses
social organization
social organization
social structure
Schaik & Hooff, 1983
9. for dogs
10. for dogs
food distribution and density
behavioral responses
?
11. for dogs
food distribution and density
behavioral responses
?
predictability
distribution
visibility
clustered
high
high
scattered
low
low
12. for dogs
food distribution and density
aggression
predictability
distribution
visibility
clustered
high
high
scattered
low
low
13. for dogs
food distribution and density
aggression
predictability
distribution
visibility
pet dogs (P)
clustered
high
high
stray dogs (S)
scattered
low
low
14. for dogs
food distribution and density
aggression
predictability
distribution
visibility
pet dogs (P)
clustered
high
high
stray dogs (S)
scattered
low
low
stray* dogs (S*)
stray dogs (S)
15. for dogs
dominance
hierarchy
aggression
high
linear
pet dogs (P)
egalitarian
stray dogs (S)
low
16. for dogs
time to open food pack (T)
predicts
less
pet dogs (P)
stray dogs (S)
more
17. by
- 15 pet dogs
- 34 stray dogs
-24 stray dogs
-10 stray* dogs
49dogs
18. by dogs
19. by dogs
time to open food pack (T)
more
pet dogs (P)
null hypothesis
rejected,0.05
stray dogs (S)
x
21. by dogs
time to open food pack (T)
more
females
null hypothesis
rejected,