• TDCN
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    3 months ago

    Having those predators captured inside a smaller area between major roads whith no safe way of getting out, puts a lot of stress on them to find food. This in turn can make them much more dangerous to humans but also other prey animals. Making a safe crossings will give the predators a chance to expand their territory to a more natural size. Similar examples can be found in India with tigers being caught inside a major road network getting really close to humans.

    • GiveMemes@jlai.lu
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      3 months ago

      This comment section (not you) is full of a ton of cynics that have clearly never taken a conservation ecology course in their lives.