Educated predators make strategic decisions to eat defended prey according to their toxin content

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Craig A. Barnett; John Skelhorn; Melissa Bateson; Candy Rowe;
(2012)

Animals often eat foods containing toxins to benefit from the nutrients that they contain. Understanding how animals balance the costs of eating toxins with the benefits of gaining nutrients is important for understanding the evolution of antipredator defenses, particul... View more
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