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Green peafowl can coexist with livestock grazing
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Invasion to Recovery: A Saga of the Grasslands
Understanding how experts classify species as extinct
When international cooperation for conservation goes backwards
The ecological extinction of land animals
Making better decisions to save species and ecosystems
a better way to determine sustainable limits to wildlife mortality
Captive breeding informed by genetics leads to long-term success in the reintroduction of a threatened Australian fish
Enforcement: Can less be more?
How we can safeguard rare cases of cooperation between people and wild animals
Using conservation to achieve sustainable development goals
Consensus for connectivity: Tigers in Central India
The Warli and their Waghoba
Habitat suitability mapping helps to identify future dormouse reintroduction sites
On the wolf trail
How well do protected areas cover current biophysical conditions?
Seeking refuge from the storm: a new framework to bolster conservation efforts
Old wives’ tales: Weaving human-wildlife relationships in the high mountains of Ladakh
The unique physiologies of elevational niche shifters
Conserving Riverine Cetaceans
Insights for conservation through sustainable degrowth
Where have the birds gone? On declining urban bird diversity
Where big mammals belong—the unfair burden to restore
Shared earth, shared ocean: An African vision for the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework
Adapting the What, Where, When, Why and Who of nature conservation to be more effective in a changing climate
How do we conserve the most trafficked mammals in the world—pangolins?
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