More young and other traits help mammals adapt to urban environments

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Species of mammals that live in urban environments produce more young compared to other mammals. But along with this advantage, mammals have other strategies to successfully inhabit cities. This is what Radboud University ecologist Luca Santini and colleagues found in a study that they will publish in Ecology Letters on 21 December. “This is the first step of many to understand why certain mammals manage to live in cities and why other species don’t.”