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Hunting, fishing and farming remain the biggest threats to wildlife

In an article with great relevance to the current debate over tree clearing in Queensland, Sean Maxwell, James Watson, and Richard Fuller point out in The Conversation (11.8.16) that, together with hunting and fishing, farming remains one of the greatest threats to wildlife.  This article demonstrates with compelling tables that ‘by far the lagest current haazards to biodiversity are overexploitation and agriculture’.  

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