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Human Encroachment Leads Animals To Nocturnal Lifestyles


Boise State University professor Neil Carter researched the impact of human activity on the bahavior of nocturnal animals and the results are startling.

Animals that typically operate during daylight hours are becoming more active in the night in an effort to avoid human contact. We talk about the impact of human development on animal behavior with Dr. Carter.