Bushmeat hunting drives biodiversity declines in Central Africa

Bushmeat hunting has dramatically reduced animal biodiversity in forests near rural villages in the Central African nation of Gabon, a new Duke University-led study finds. By extrapolating their results from Gabon across similar landscapes throughout Central Africa, the researchers conservatively estimate that degraded animal communities are likely now found across 53 percent of the region.

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