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The distribution of the brown hyaena (Hyaena brunnea) in southern Africa overlaps widely with commercial livestock ranching. As a direct result, both perceived and confirmed conflict with farmers occurs and hyaenas are trapped for lethal control or translocation. We studied the outcomes of a conflict-related brown hyaena translocation in Central Namibia involving a subadult female -the first reported GPS-monitored translocation of this species. The animal was moved 63 km from the conflict sitedoi:10.3957/056.045.0178 fatcat:fkux6loswremlnzowylmeicryi