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Preserved Habitat Near National Parks Helps Species Conservation

Released: 1/30/2012 2:30 PM EST
Source: University of Washington

Newswise — National parks often are established to help preserve species native to a particular region, but it appears that some species preservation is more successful if a significant portion of land adjacent to a park also is left as natural habitat.

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Posted by MAFon February 1, 2012.

Categories: Animal health, Animal studies, Animal welfare

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