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It is clear that elk must be minimized their energy needs in a position to survive on little but their own body fat over the long winter -. To understand how they do it, Christopher Turbill and colleagues at the University of Veterinary Medicine, used Vienna special transmitters into the reticulum of 15 female deer and monitored the animals heart rate and stomach temperature for a period of 18 months, including two winters. The deer lived under natural conditions, but their food intake was strictly controlled , as determined by the quantity and richness of the protein from the scientists.

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