Items where Subject is "School of Natural and Engineering Sciences > Animal Studies"

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Agarwal, Pawan Kumar and Raj, Baldev and Radhakrishna, Sindhu and Verghese, Abraham and Subaharan, Kesavan and Gupta, Ankita (2016) Human-wildlife Conflict. Current Science, 111 (10). pp. 1581-1582. ISSN 0011-3891

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Barua, Mann and Sinha, Anindya (2017) Animating the Urban: an Ethological and Geographical Conversation. Social & Cultural Geography, 18.

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Justa, Priyanka and Suresh Kumar, R and Talukdar, Gautam and Sinha, Anindya (2019) Sharing from the Same Bowl: Resource Partitioning between Sympatric Macaque Species in the Western Himalaya, India. International Journal of Primatology, 40 (3). pp. 356-373. ISSN 1573-8604

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Krishnan, Vinod and Kumar, Mavatur Ananda and Raghunathan, Ganesh and Vijayakrishnan, Sreedhar (2019) Distribution and Habitat Use by Asian Elephants (Elephas maximus) in a Coffee-Dominated Landscape of Southern India. Tropical Conservation Science, 12. pp. 1-12.

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Sengupta, Asmita and Radhakrishna, Sindhu (2016) Influence of Fruit Availability on Fruit Consumption in a Generalist Primate, the Rhesus Macaque Macaca mulatta. International Journal of Primatology, 37 (6). pp. 703-717. ISSN 1573-8604

Sinha, Anindya (2017) Scio Ergo Sum: Knowledge of the Self in a Nonhuman Primate. Journal of the Indian Institute of Science, 97 (4). pp. 567-582.

Sinha, Anindya and Vijayakrishnan, Sreedhar (2017) Primates in Urban Settings. In: The International Encyclopedia of Primatology. John Wiley and Sons Inc., pp. 1-8. ISBN 978-0-470-67337-9

Srinivasaiah, Nishant M and Kumar, Vinod and Vaidyanathan, Srinivas and Sukumar, Raman and Sinha, Anindya (2019) All-Male Groups in Asian Elephants: A Novel, Adaptive Social Strategy in Increasingly Anthropogenic Landscapes of Southern India. Scientific Reports, 9 (8678).

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