Large-scale movements in European badgers: has the tail of the movement kernel been underestimated?

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Here, badger movements were studied at the largest spatial-scale hitherto undertaken (755 km2). The authors found that badger movements were characterised by a power-law distribution, and that spatial-scale had an important influence on movement estimation. A meta-analysis suggested that long-distance movements have been previously underestimated in this species.

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