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26 January 2018
Vol 359, Issue 6374

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COVER A leopard (Panthera pardus fusca) walking through an alley in Mumbai, India. In human-modified landscapes, mammals move distances that are, on average, one-half to one-third the length of their movements in the wild. Reduced travel distances may have far-reaching consequences for species survival and ecosystem functioning. See page 466.
Photo: Nayan Khanolkar/Minden Pictures