LE ROUX Aliza

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  • Mammal Cognition Research Group, University of the Free State - Qwaqwa, Phuthaditjhaba, South Africa
  • Behaviour & Ethology, Evolutionary ecology, Experimental ecology, Foraging, Life history, Preregistrations, Social structure, Zoology
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I am a South African researcher with broad interests in the behavioural ecology of wild mammals. Although I have experience in acoustic communication, social behaviour and risk responses in monkeys as well as wild rodents, my main focus is small carnivores. I am particularly excited by the cognitive ecology and risk responses of wild carnivores such as bat-eared foxes and yellow mongoose. Living and working in southern Africa, I am a proponent of open science and the removal of systemic barriers to the inclusion of women and other (current) minorities in academia.

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