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《Journal of Anhui Agricultural Sciences》 2010-11
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Activity Patterns and Time Allocation of Captive Wolves

SHA Wei-lai et al (Northwest Plateau Institute of Biology,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Qinghai,Xining 810001)  
[Objective] To study the time allocation and activity patterns of the captivity wolves.[Method] A total of four pairs of captive wolves in Harbin North Forest Zoo were selected as the research materials.Their activity patterns and time allocation were studied by instantaneous scan sampling and all-occurrence sampling methods.[Results] The proportion of resting up time accounted for 49.38% of diurnal behavior time,which was the highest allocation of diurnal time,followed by the movement and standing,accounted for 23.35% and 17.73%,respectively; other behavioral activities only accounted for 9.54%.Diurnal movement and resting both showed two peak periods,the peak of resting were during 9:30-12:40 and after 15:30,and the peak of movement were in 8:10-9:20 and 12:50-15:20.While the peak of feeding only happened at about 14:00.The activity patterns of the captive wolves with different genders were similar.[Conclusion] The similarities and differences of time allocation and activity patterns both can be seen between captive wolves and wild wolves.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金(No.30370218);; 新世纪优秀人才支持计划(NCET-07-0507);; 山东省优秀中青年科学家奖励基金(2005BS02005)
【CateGory Index】: S865
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