Predation selectively culls medium-sized species from island mammal faunas
Globally, elevated extinction risk in mammals is strongly associated with large body size. However, in regions where introduced predators exert strong topdown pressure on mammal populations, the selectivity of extinctions may be skewed towards species of
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