The relations between body mass (M) and daily movement distance (DMD), daily food consumption (DFC) and home range size (HR) were examined in three families of Carnivora. The relative locomotion costs were estimated, and it was shown that during the course of 24 hours Mustelidae cover greater distances than Canidae and Felidae possesing the same body mass.
|Locomotor activity of terrestrial predators and its consequences||2020-10-02|
Barycka, Ewa (1979–2008)
Skuratowicz, Wacław (1915–1989)