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Animal migration requires both movement corridors and food

An analysis of Mule Deer migration routes in two areas of Wyoming documents the idea that the animals choose readily Traversable Pathways where they also can find food. A University of Wyoming-led study shows that migrating mule deer need both readily traversable pathways and stopover areas to feed on newly growing plants [Credit: US Fish and Wildlife Service]The research by University of Wyoming scientists and collaborators from The...

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