Translocating desert lions to prevent human-wildlife conflict

Translocating desert lions to prevent human-wildlife conflict Human-wildlife conflict in the Kunene Region in north-western Namibia costs local communal conservancies tens of thousands of Namibian dollars per year. The main species that cause conflict in the area are spotted hyaena, cheetah, jackal, leopard, elephant, and lion, writes Dr. Maaike de Schepper, Shauna Jenkins and Dr. […]

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