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Mapping the path to rewilding: The importance of landscape


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Rewilding—a hands-off approach to restoring and protecting biodiversity—is increasingly employed around the globe to combat the environmental footprint of rapid urbanization and intensive farming. The recent reintroduction of gray wolves in Yellowstone, America's first national park, is regarded as one of the most successful rewilding efforts, having reinvigorated an ecosystem that had been destabilized by the removal of large predators.

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