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Fox scents are so potent they can force a building evacuation. Understanding them may save our wildlife

By Stuart McLean, Professor Emeritus, University of Tasmania
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Research into fox scents suggests a complex form of 'chemical communication' underlies the animal's behaviour. The findings could help improve pest control methods and protect native wildlife.

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