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Living at such close quarters intensifies the lions’ natural territorialism; in this population, the leading cause of death is conflict with other lions.
All agreed that fear of failure remains a significant barrier to internal innovation, but so does territorialism, warns Wadwhani.
Using factors such as territorialism of the bluebirds and the amount of feeding space in the Village, Hensen launched an effort to reduce the number of bluebird nesting boxes.
Hill: There’s a certain territorialism that comes along with being a fan of something for a long time when new fans come along.
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