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Researchers say hunting can reduce human-wildlife conflict


Hunting can reduce human-animal conflict, a research by two university lecturers, has revealed. A study which was published on Tuesday this week, Lelokwane Mokgalo of Botswana International University of Science and Technology (BIUST) and professor of tourism at the University of North West in South Africa, Peet Van Der Merwe suggests that the human-wildlife conflict […]

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