Large mammals are back in Gabon’s Batéké Park

Daniela Hedwig, Cornell University Monitoring mammal species is a crucial conservation tool. This is particularly true in ecological transition zones – geographical areas in which different habitats, like grassland and forest, meet and merge into one another. These zones are frequent hotspots of mammal species diversity because they do not only contain species typical for …

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