Early humans linked to large-carnivore extinctions

@article{Tollefson2012EarlyHL,
  title={Early humans linked to large-carnivore extinctions},
  author={Jeff Tollefson},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2012}
}
Hominins could have triggered broad changes to the numbers and diversity of meat-eaters in Africa, researcher says. 

Comparative abundance and ranging behaviour of brown hyaena (Parahyaena brunnea) inside and outside protected areas in South Africa

Global biodiversity is declining at an unprecedented rate, principally as a consequence of increasing human population. Effects of this expansion are exemplified by the extent to which many

A Brief History of Human-Predator Conflicts and Potent Lessons

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