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Reindeer Research in the Circumpolar by Franco Alo

The Ignorance of Bush-thrashing. Male R29 watches as female Ke67 rubs her antlers on a spruce sapling, a behavior better known as “bush-thrashing”. Though this behavior bears a proper name, little is known about its function. It could provide nutritional support by licking the sap once the bark is removed or serve as a means of denoting social hierarchy. One thing is certain, interesting as it is, further research is warranted.

Post date: April 09, 2018


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