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Elephant raids. Allonursing

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Posted on December 19, 2014

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  • Mongabay writes about Concordia's participation in research into why elephants in a wildlife park in Cameroon are raiding nearby farmers' fields.The Concordia researcher involved is biology associate professor Robert Weladji.
  • Robert Weladji is involved in another research project being reported in The Scientist involving the phenomenon of allonursing among Finnish reindeer, where females nurse one another's young. The research is conducted in partnership with the Norwegian University of Life Sciences.
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