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Data on Shared stress to create social bonds in Merino sheep

Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation
Keshavarzi, Hamideh ; Lee, Caroline ; Dyall, Tim ; Johnson, Mark ; Abbott, David ; Campbell, Dana
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This study aimed to look social proximity between individuals under stress treatment compared to control group. For this purpose, GNSS positional data of small group of sheep (10 sheep x 5 test cohorts) located in a paddock for 4 study days was collected. The social proximity between individuals we estimated and the social distance of different group (stress vs control (familiar and non-familiar)) was compared. A document was uploaded with data- describing how the data was collected, details of each file- column and the method and software that used to analyse the data.

Data time period: 2021-05-24 to 2021-06-21

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