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, %, median, lower and upper quartile) and group size for solitary individuals (blue) and group leaders (green), in situations where the likelihood of meeting the predator is four (left), eight (middle) or sixteen (right) times higher in the risky than in the safe patch and starvation risk is either high, CHAPITRE 1. SPACE USE, LEADERSHIP AND VIGILANCE Figure S3-2-Relationship between time spent in the risky patch

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