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The study was done to determine when social integration occurs in newly formed Mexican gray wolf couples. Two wolf pairs, at Zacango Zoo (ZZ) and Leon Zoo (LZ) respectively, were observed daily from the time they were put together until 15 days after the breeding season was over. Social behavior...

Author(s)
Escobar-Ibarra, I.; Mayagoitia, L.; Ramirez-Necoechea, R.; Mota-Rojas, D.; Alonso-Spilsbury, M.
Publisher
Academic Journals, New York, USA
Citation
International Journal of Zoological Research, 2010, 6, 2, pp 120-130
Abstract

The study was done to determine when social integration occurs in newly formed Mexican gray wolf couples. Two wolf pairs, at Zacango Zoo (ZZ) and Leon Zoo (LZ) respectively, were observed daily from the time they were put together until 15 days after the breeding season was over. Social behavior...

Author(s)
Escobar-Ibarra, I.; Mayagoitia, L.; Ramirez-Necoechea, R.; Mota-Rojas, D.; Alonso-Spilsbury, M.
Publisher
Academic Journals, New York, USA
Citation
International Journal of Zoological Research, 2009, 5, 1, pp 16-26
Abstract

The social and maintenance behaviours of two pairs of Mexican gray wolf in captivity were studied. Wolves belonged to Zacango (ZZ) and Leon Zoo (LZ). For the ZZ pair significant differences were observed (p<0.01) for the social behaviours, whereas no differences were found for neutral or...

Author(s)
Alonso-Spilsbury, M.; Escobar-Ibarra, I.; Mayagoitia, L.; Ramirez-Necoechea, R.; Mota-Rojas, D.
Publisher
Academic Journals, New York, USA
Citation
International Journal of Zoological Research, 2006, 2, 4, pp 334-343
AbstractFull Text

Wolf packs are generally families of adults and offspring of various ages. Usually packs arise when an adult male and female meet, pair-bond and produce offspring (Rothman & Mech, 1979). However, the studied pack, which is housed at Dublin Zoo, has been formed by merging related adult females...

Author(s)
Barwig, J.; Marples, N.
Publisher
The North of England Zoological Society, Upton, UK
Citation
Proceedings of the 3rd Annual Symposium on Zoo Research, Chester Zoo, Chester, UK, 9-10th July 2001, 2001, pp 143-147
Abstract

Author(s)
McLeod, P. J.; Moger, W. H.; Ryon, J.; Gadbois, S.; Fentress, J. C.
Citation
Canadian Journal of Zoology, 1996, 74, 2, pp 209-216