Wild Without End
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Wild Without End

Ecological Considerations in Promoting Human-Wildlife Coexistence

To many people around the world, conflict with carnivores is a major part of life. Carnivores may prey on livestock, hurting human livelihoods. People may also use lethal control against carnivores through poisoning and other means. This conservation challenge is complex and solutions aren’t easy. New science published this week shows how considering animal ecology can help inform our tools for human-wildlife coexistence.

Conservation biologists and livestock managers have long searched for a “silver bullet” for…

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