Canada’s red squirrels find that neighbourliness aids survival

Red Squirrel

A study carried out by researchers at the University of Exeter using twenty-two years of data on American squirrels in Yukon, Canada, found that when red squirrels live beside “familiar neighbours” it “boosts a squirrel’s chances of survival and successful breeding”. The American red squirrel …

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