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Habitat use responses of the African leopard in a human-disturbed region of rural Mozambique
(Elsevier GmbH., 2018)
Leopard (Panthera pardus) populations across Africa are increasingly exposed to high levels of anthropogenic disturbance, and information on habitat use responses of leopards in human-disturbed landscapes can help inform ...
Pre-release hunting training and post-release monitoring are key components in the rehabilitation of orphaned large felids
(SA ePublications, 2011-04)
The rehabilitation of orphaned animals is commonly practiced but rarely scientifically documented. The behavioural development before release (e.g. regarding hunting skills) is particularly important for ensuring animals ...
Survival rates and causes of mortality of leopards Panthera pardus in southern Africa
(Fauna & Flora International, 2015)
Estimation of survival rates is important for developing and evaluating conservation options for large carnivores. However, telemetry studies for large carnivores are often characterized by small sample sizes that limit ...
Leopard Panthera pardus density in southern Mozambique: evidence from spatially explicit capture-recapture in Xonghile Game Reserve
Rigorous status estimates of populations of large carnivores are necessary to inform their management and help evaluate the effectiveness of conservation interventions. The African leopard Panthera pardus faces rising ...