Predator die-off reshapes ecosystems in expected and unexpected ways

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  • 17 January 2024

Mass-mortality events of predators are becoming more common, but their precise effects on food webs remain unclear. Experimentally induced predator die-offs led both to reduced predation and to fertilization from the bottom up. Together, these effects stabilized food webs.

Source: Ecology -

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