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Herbivores in cold climates



Herbivores in cold climates



The nutrition of herbivores: 465-486



This paper focuses on the seasonal effects and feed handling dynamics of herbivores living in circumpolar arctic and subarctic regions rather than the thermoregulatory adaptations of these species.

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