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Lynx Lynx lynx (Linnaeus, 1758) - ungulate relationships were studied in the exploited (530 km2) and pristine (47.5 km2) parts of Białowieża Primeval Forest during 1985 through 1992. In pristine forest, Sus scrofa (54%) and Cervus elaphus (35%) predominated in the ungulate community. In exploited forest, C. elaphus (36%) and Capreolus capreolus (33%) were most abundant.
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foraging activity ; Lynx lynx ; diet ; food ; feeding habits ; mortality ; Palaearctic ; predator-prey relationships ; prey choice ; Białowieża Forest ; ungulate mortality ; ryś ; dieta ; pokarm ; preferencje żerowe