Data from: Torpor reduces predation risk by compensating for the energetic cost of antipredator foraging behaviours
- Foraging activity is needed for energy intake but increases the risk of predation, and antipredator behavioural responses, such as reduced acti
- Stawski, Clare
- echinus resume pre-fire torpor and activity patterns, probably in response to the return of herbaceous ground cover and foraging opportunities.
- requirements and exposure to predators. Hence, torpor is a physiological adaptation that, although not quantified in this context previously, appears to play