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As the human population expands numerically and spatially at an unprecedented rate, we come into increasing contact with wild animal populations that can result in human-wildlife conflicts. These conflicts represent complex conservation problems requiring an in-depth understanding of animal space use in human-altered landscapes. The chacma baboon (Papio ursinus) population on the Cape Peninsula, South Africa, is under increasing pressure from human habitation, and conflict between humans and bab...
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