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Zhang, Y., Cao, Q. S., Rubenstein, D. I., Zang, S., Songer, M., Leimgruber, P., et al. (2015). Water Use Patterns of Sympatric Przewalski's Horse and Khulan: Interspecific Comparison Reveals Niche Differences. Plos One, 10(7), e0132094.
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Collins, G. H., Petersen, S. L., Carr, C. A., & Pielstick, L. (2014). Testing VHF/GPS Collar Design and Safety in the Study of Free-Roaming Horses. Plos One, 9(9), e103189.
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Pirault, P., Danvy, S., Verrier, E., & Leroy, G. (2013). Genetic Structure and Gene Flows within Horses: A Genealogical Study at the French Population Scale. Plos One, 8(4), e61544.
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Petersen, J. L., Mickelson, J. R., Cothran, E. G., Andersson, L. S., Axelsson, J., Bailey, E., et al. (2013). Genetic Diversity in the Modern Horse Illustrated from Genome-Wide SNP Data. Plos One, 8(1), e54997.
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Burn, C. C. (2011). A Vicious Cycle: A Cross-Sectional Study of Canine Tail-Chasing and Human Responses to It, Using a Free Video-Sharing Website. Plos One, 6(11), e26553.
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Nakamura, K., Takimoto-Inose, A., & Hasegawa, T. (2018). Cross-modal perception of human emotion in domestic horses (Equus caballus). Scientific Reports, 8(1), 8660.
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Meriggi, A., & Lovari, S. (1996). A Review of Wolf Predation in Southern Europe: Does the Wolf Prefer Wild Prey to Livestock? J. Appl. Ecol, 33, 1561–1571.
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Proops, L., Grounds, K., Smith, A. V., & McComb, K. (2018). Animals Remember Previous Facial Expressions that Specific Humans Have Exhibited. Current Biology, 28(9), 1428–1432.e4.
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Liberg, O., Chapron, G., Wabakken, P., Pedersen, H. C., Hobbs, N. T., & Sand, H. (2012). Shoot, shovel and shut up: cryptic poaching slows restoration of a large carnivore in Europe. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B, 279(1730), 910–915.
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Siniscalchi, M., Padalino, B., Aubé, L., & Quaranta, A. (2015). Right-nostril use during sniffing at arousing stimuli produces higher cardiac activity in jumper horses. Laterality, 20(4), 483–500.
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