Lorena Ortiz-Jiménez

Lorena Ortiz-Jiménez
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid | UAM · Department of Biology

Biology PhD Student

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Human activities involving noise emission can affect wild animals. European mink was exposed to road noise and human voice playbacks to analyse how sound intensity level and duration of both noises altered the time that individuals were active and if their faecal cortisol metabolite (FCM) levels varied. A Hierarchical Analysis Cluster was performed...
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Animals face a variety of daily challenges to their reproduction and survival that can detect in time through to the environment cues. By using an individual focal sampling, we evaluated the variations in the time devoted to the perianal secretion marking behaviour (PSMB) of European mink when they were exposed to the simulated presence of conspeci...
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Prey species assess the risk of threat using visual, olfactory, and acoustic cues from their habitat. Thus, they modify their behavior in order to avoid encounters with competitors, predators, and human disturbances that endanger their fitness. European mink (Mustela lutreola) is a critically endangered species that can be preyed upon by larger car...

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