Stephens, P.A. (2018) 'Ecology : luck, scarcity and the fate of populations.', Current biology., 28 (24). R1384-R1386.
An animal’s choice of diet plays a large part in determining whether it will find food during a period of searching. This has profound implications for the likelihood of reproductive success or starvation and many other important questions in ecology.
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