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Puppe, B., Langbein, J., Bauer, J., & Hoy, S. (2008). A comparative view on social hierarchy formation at different stages of pig production using sociometric measures. Livestock Science, 113(2-3), 155–162.
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Gruber, T., Clay, Z., & Zuberbühler, K. (2010). A comparison of bonobo and chimpanzee tool use: evidence for a female bias in the Pan lineage. Anim. Behav., 80(6), 1023–1033.
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Murray, J. K., Senior, J. M., & Singer, E. R. (2006). A comparison of cross-country recovery rates at CCI 2* with and without steeplechase competitions. Equine Vet J Suppl, (36), 133–138.
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Berry, M. P. S. (1986). A comparison of different wildlife production enterprises in the northern Cape Province, South Africa. S. Afr. J. Wildl. Res., 16(4), 124–128.
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Lyda, R. O., Hall, J. R., & Kirkpatrick, J. F. (2005). A comparison of Freund's Complete and Freund's Modified Adjuvants used with a contraceptive vaccine in wild horses (Equus caballus). J Zoo Wildl Med, 36(4), 610–616.
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Benson-Amram, S., Weldele, M. L., & Holekamp, K. E. (2013). A comparison of innovative problem-solving abilities between wild and captive spotted hyaenas, Crocuta crocuta. Animal Behaviour, 85(2), 349–356.
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Hoover, T. S., & Marshall, T. T. (1998). A comparison of learning styles and demographic characteristics of students enrolled in selected animal science courses. J. Anim Sci., 76(12), 3169–3173.
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Klingel H,. (1974). A comparison of the Social Behaviour of the Equidae. in Geist V & Walther FR (eds): The Behaviour of Ungulates and its Relation to Management. IUCN Publ, , 124–132.
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Klingel H,. (1980). A Comparison of the Social Organization of the Equids. in Denniston RH (ed).
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Ernst, K., Puppe, B., Schon, P. C., & Manteuffel, G. (2005). A complex automatic feeding system for pigs aimed to induce successful behavioural coping by cognitive adaptation. Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci., 91(3-4), 205–218.
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