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Live-harvests from source populations for translocation are key to rapid recovery for many species. Contrary to common assumption, however, reduced density might not immediately improve vital rates because animal recolonization is slow -creating management uncertainty about harvest adequacy or sustainability. Reports measuring animal recolonization are rare. We measured the response of the 19 same-or opposite-sex neighbours of 11 live-harvested black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis minor) indoi:10.3957/056.040.0107 fatcat:jii4hov7vjhv3mfwjjxj456ome