animal reproduction

Any of various processes, either sexual or asexual, by which an animal produces one or more individuals similar to itself. (Source: CED)

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Immelmann K, Immelmann G 1968. Zur Fortpflanzungsbiologie einiger Vögel in der Namib. Bonner Zoologische Beiträge 19 329-399
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Kirkman SP, Yemane D, Oosthuizen WH, Meÿer MA, Kotze PGH, Vaz Velho F, Underhill LG 2013. Spatio-temporal shifts of the dynamic Cape fur seal population in southern Africa, based on aerial censuses (1972–2009). Marine Mammal Science 29 (3) 497-524
Brodie JF, Muntifering J, Hearn M, Loutit B, Loutit R, Brell B, Uri-Khob S, Leader-Williams N, du Preez P 2011. Population recovery of black rhinoceros in north-west Namibia following poaching. Animal Conservation 14 (4) 354-362
Hodge SJ, Manica A, Flower TP, Clutton-Brock TH 2008. Determinants of reproductive success in dominant female meerkats. Journal of Animal Ecology 77 92-102
Terrell KA, Crosier AE, Wildt DE, O'Brien SJ, Anthony NM, Marker L, Johnson SJ 2016. Continued decline in genetic diversity among wild cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus) without further loss of semen quality. Biological Conservation 200 192-199
Simmons RE, Smith PC, Macwhirter RB 1986. Hierarchies among Northern Harrier (Circus cyaneus) harems and the costs of polygyny. Journal of Animal Ecology 55 (3) 755 - 771
Simmons RE 1988. Food and the deceptive acquisition of mates by polygynous male harriers. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 23 (2) 83 - 92