Sensory integration of danger and safety cues may explain the fear of a quiet coyote
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, October 2023
Jennifer E. Smith, Chelsea Carminito, Shea Hamilton, Kate Lee Newcomb, Clare Randt, Sarah Travenick
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