Sex differences in the consequences of maternal loss in a long-lived mammal, the red deer (Cervus elaphus)
In several primates, the presence of mothers affects the growth, survival and reproduction of their offspring, but similar effects have not yet been demonstrated in ungulates. Here, we investigate the effects of the mother's presence in a population of re
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