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Scent marking in Equids (Equidae)
TUČKOVÁ, Vladimíra
This master thesis examined the scent marking behaviour by urine and faeces in four equid species, African wild ass (Equus africanus), Grevy?s zebra (Equus grevyi), Plain zebra (Equus quagga) and Mountain zebra (Equus zebra), in captivity. Data about scent marking were collected during two five-month seasons of behavioural observation of 15 equid herds in 5 Czech Zoos, Zoo Dvůr Králové, Zoo Liberec, Zoo Brno, Zoo Ostrava and Zoo Ústí nad Labem. The study focused mainly on testing several hypotheses explaining scent marking in stallions, mares and foals and also on interspecies differences in this behaviour.
Alloparental behaviour of mammals with direction to elect species of genus \kur{Acomys}
TUČKOVÁ, Vladimíra
Despite the widespread interest in alloparental behaviour, relatively little is known about the factors that affect participation of alloparent in the care of strange young. The review of this issue was made with the direction to possible factors leading to this phenomenon and the consequence of this behaviour. It was insisted on the most demanding activities of coopreration in care of young-nursing and retrieving of pups. A separate charter was made for the abundantly studied species egyptian spiny mouse (Acomys cahirinus). Possible factors influencing nursing and retrieving of pup of eastern spiny mouse (Acomys dimidiatus) were examined in the practical section of this Bc.thesis.

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