Wildlife study finds prairie dogs rely on intricate social networks

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A study by University of Arizona behavioral ecologist Jennifer Verdolin has found that prairie dogs, which are found across the central and western United States, rely on social networks to outwit predators, find food, and protect one another. Verdolin has studied the rodents for nearly two decades and…
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