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From: House sparrows’ (Passer domesticus) behaviour in a novel environment is modulated by social context and familiarity in a sex-specific manner

Fig. 2

Social context influence on ground landing latency in male house sparrows in a novel environment. Males exploring alone had significantly longer latencies to land on the ground than males exploring with an unfamiliar or a familiar companion. Means and standard error of the mean are shown. ***P < 0.001. **P < 0.01. *P < 0.05

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