Wildlife Conservation in
Africa

Introduction:

How humans co-exist with wild animals is a growing problem in the parts of the world where wildlife still exists. In the case of sub Saharan Africa it is often the poorest villagers and subsistence farmers who have to live with roaming elephants, and less charismatic animals such as wild dogs. We spoke with Wayne Getz about the respective roles of science and politics in community-based wildlife management.

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