ScienceDaily Posted May 25, 2017 Share Posted May 25, 2017 Major gains in global biodiversity can be achieved if an additional 5 percent of land is set aside to protect key species, say experts. Scientists report such an effort could triple the protected range of those species and safeguard their functional diversity. The findings underscore the need to look beyond species numbers when developing conservation strategies, the researchers said. Read the full article on ScienceDaily Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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