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Studying the behaviour of Alpine Ibex

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Catharina Karlsson, who studied Animal Behaviour and Ecology & Conservation at Anglia Ruskin University will will describe her work looking at the behaviour of Alpine Ibex. In particular she looked at whether they move around in stable groups or as individuals and how their vigilance towards each other and predators varied.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Natural History Society series.

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