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New human-carnivore conflict paper

September 11, 2014

A recent paper by WildCRU’s Amy Dickman and colleagues has revealed the complexity of human-carnivore conflict in Tanzania’s Ruaha landscape. Dickman et al. show that such conflict is widespread in this landscape, which is concerning given its global significance for lions and other large carnivores. The research ... Read full story


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New paper out in Endangered Species Research

July 8, 2014

As part of WildCRU's long-term collaboration with Dr Tiit Maran of the Estonian University of Life Science and Tallinn Zoological Gardens, Lauren Harrington and colleagues explore the post-release movements of captive-bred European mink released on Hiiumaa Island, Estonia, and highlight some of the difficulties of monitoring reintroductions of small elusive carnivores. ... Read full story


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Endangered Species Research – Reintroducing captive-born mink

June 11, 2014

As part of WildCRU's long-term collaboration with Dr Tiit Maran of the Estonian University of Life Science and Tallinn Zoological Gardens, Lauren Harrington and colleagues explore the post-release movements of captive-bred European mink released on Hiiumaa Island, Estonia, and highlight some of the difficulties of monitoring reintroductions of small elusive carnivores. ... Read full story


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Africa Geographic focuses on Ruaha

July 21, 2014

The Ruaha Carnivore Conservation Project, led by WildCRU's Dr Amy Dickman, is the focus for the most recent issue of the weekly Africa Geographic magazine. Dubbed 'A friend of the enemy' the article covers a variety of aspects of Dr Dickman's work in Ruaha focusing on human-carnivore ... Read full story


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The State of Britain’s Mammals – A focus on disease

June 27, 2014

In collaboration with WildCRU, People's Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) published the latest in its series of research and conservation reports, The State of Britain’s Mammals on the 2nd June 2014. Authored by David Macdonald, Tom Moorhouse and Merryl ... Read full story


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Claudio Sillero interviewed on Science in Action, BBC World Service

June 9, 2014

WildCRU’s Claudio Sillero was interviewed about whether the armadillo – the mascot for the upcoming World Cup football tournament in Brazil – is endangered. Radio: Science in Action, BBC World Service 05/06/2014



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