Parent-Offspring and Sibling Conflict in Galápagos fur Seals and Sea Lions
Parent-offspring conflict theory is well supported by theoretical arguments. However, empirical observations are often difficult to interpret and have contradicted one of its most appealing predictions that parent and offspring should disagree over killing of nest or littermates. We present the firs...
|Published in:||Behavioral ecology and sociobiology, Vol. 62, No. 3 (2008), p. 363-375|
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