Tag Archives: Hwange National Park

ON COMPARING THE BEHAVIOUR OF ZOO HOUSED ANIMALS WITH WILD CONSPECIFICS AS A WELFARE INDICATOR, USING THE GIRAFFE (GlRAFFA CAMELOPARDALIS) AS A MODEL

Interspecific interference competition at the resource patch scale: do large herbivores spatially avoid elephants while accessing water?

A neotaphonomic view of prey demographics and predator preferences at Ngamo Pan, Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

Distribution and density of oxpeckers on giraffes in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

Revisiting giraffe photo-identification using deep learning and network analysis

Association between reproductive behaviour and androgen metabolite excretion in free-ranging male giraffes (Giraffa camelopardalis)

The role of water abundance, thermoregulation, perceived predation risk and interference competition in water access by African herbivores

Does the risk of encountering lions influence African herbivore behaviour at waterholes?

Elephant-induced structural changes in the vegetation and habitat selection by large herbivores in an African savanna

Grazing behaviour of the giraffe in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe