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LaCONES – Laboratory for the Conservation of Endangered Species

India’s wealth of biodiversity is increasingly under threat with the rampant destruction of forests. Without doubt, the consequences of this are far reaching. If governments were to choose between humans and biodiversity, it would but obviously be the former. We are aware that with rising population pressures, the destruction of forests cannot be stopped in totality, but it can most certainly be slowed down. Destruction of forest area has resulted in fragmentation of wildlife habitats. Survival of primary predator species...

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