The unforeseen consequences of killing ‘prize’ animals.

That it’s possible to kill a few select animals without causing much population-level harm is a tenet of wildlife management, guiding everything from trophy hunting to the collection of souvenir beetles. Yet several new studies challenge this conventional wisdom. In a human-dominated world where animals face many stresses, removing even a few creatures may have more far-reaching and complex consequences than expected.

Publicado por biohexx1 biohexx1, 01 de febrero de 2018


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