Bringing home the biggest bacon: A cross-site analysis of the structure of hunter-kill profiles in Neotropical forests

@inproceedings{Jerozolimski2003BringingHT,
  title={Bringing home the biggest bacon: A cross-site analysis of the structure of hunter-kill profiles in Neotropical forests},
  author={Adriano Jerozolimski and Carlos A Peres},
  year={2003}
}
  • Adriano Jerozolimski, Carlos A Peres
  • Published 2003
  • Biology
  • Forest vertebrates are critical to the subsistence of many tropical forest dwellers enjoying little or no access to other sources of animal protein. Yet the ecological and socioeconomic value of forest wildlife is being undermined as many large vertebrate populations are driven to local extinction by unsustainable hunting practices. Although large mammals that are preferred by hunters are widely variable in their morphology and ecology, they share a set of life history traits, which make them… CONTINUE READING

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