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  • Pelarangan kulit eksotik untuk fashion dapat musnahkan ular dan buaya dalam jangka panjang
    Jadi bukti menyebutkan bahwa eksploitasi komersial reptil liar ternyata dapat menjaga populasi, bukannya memusnahkan mereka. Daniel Natusch, Honorary Research Fellow, Macquarie University Grahame Webb, Adjunct Professor, Environment & Livelihoods, Charles Darwin University Rick Shine, Professor in Evolutionary Biology, University of...
  • Banning exotic leather in fashion hurts snakes and crocodiles in the long run
    When small regional communities see economic value in animals like snakes and crocodiles, people are motivated to invest in their protection. Daniel Natusch, Honorary Research Fellow, Macquarie University Grahame Webb, Adjunct Professor, Environment & Livelihoods, Charles Darwin University Rick Shine, Professor in Evolutionary Biology,...
  • The summer bushfires you didn't hear about, and the invasive species fuelling them
    Tasmania wasn't the only part of Australia that burned in January. The remote interior near Alice Springs saw a huge blaze, worsened by invasive buffel grass. Christine Schlesinger, Senior Lecturer in Environmental Science and Ecology, Charles Darwin University Barry Judd, Professor, Indigenous Social Research, Charles Darwin University Licensed...
  • An end to endings: how to stop more Australian species going extinct
    Australia is losing mammals faster than any other country, as well as plenty more plants and animals besides. Extinction is theft from future generations – it's time to treat it as such. John Woinarski, Professor (conservation biology), Charles Darwin University Sarah Legge, Professor, Australian National University Stephen Garnett,...

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