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Peer Review #1 of "Characteristics of Central American brocket deer resting sites in a tropical mountain cloud forest in eastern Mexico (v0.1)"
The Central American brocket deer is a vulnerable species. Geographically isolated populations have been affected by poaching and habitat fragmentation, leading to local extinctions. It is therefore important to understand this species' habitat characteristics, particularly of resting sites, which play a crucial role in survival and fitness. We describe the characteristics and distribution patterns of Central American brocket deer resting sites at the microhabitat and landscape scales in Sandoi:10.7287/peerj.12587v0.1/reviews/1 fatcat:bugoknlvljczdpyw64lifld5ba