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25 oktober 2019 12:48 av https://hansolel.co.kr/

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For the Japan Wolf Association and similar organizations, reintroducing wolves would likely involve the importation of similar subspecies from Mongolia and China. The more immediate challenge, however, is in

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25 oktober 2019 12:46 av https://99man.kr

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attributed to deer. This is almost double the amount of damage recorded in 1998. News reports further indicate that 20 of the Japanese main islands’ 30 national parks have sustained damage from deer.

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25 oktober 2019 12:37 av href="https://99man.kr/mart47

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In 2015, Japan’s Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries released a report indicating that of the 8,000 hectares of forest damaged by wildlife in 2015, 77 percent—totaling some $53 million—could be

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25 oktober 2019 12:34 av https://99man.kr/mart46

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erosion … and reduced tree diversity,” according to Pacific Standard. Such is the extent of the problem that even Nara’s famed deer have been slated for culling.

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25 oktober 2019 12:30 av https://99man.kr/mart43

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deer, some 2,000 car accidents involving deer occur each year, leading to government-led culls on the island. Deer, with their voracious appetites for up to 5-pounds of plant matter per day, have also caused

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25 oktober 2019 12:29 av https://99man.kr/mart1

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There are a number of concerns surrounding Japan’s large deer population, which itself was on the verge of disappearing in the years following World War II. In Hokkaido, home to an estimated 600,000

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25 oktober 2019 12:27 av https://99man.kr/mart29

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Ultimately, “we gave up on appealing to the academy,” Maruyama continued, “and decided to appeal directly to the public.” And so the Japan Wolf Association was formed in 1993.

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25 oktober 2019 12:25 av https://99man.kr/mart9

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of predator wolves.” His calls for the reintroduction of wolves in Japan were rebuffed, however, by the country’s ecological societies. Ultimately, “we gave up on appealing to

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25 oktober 2019 12:22 av https://99man.kr/mart3

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As a researcher on the social ecology and conservation management of deer,” Maruyama wrote in an email, “I realized the importance of the existence of predator wolves.” His calls for the

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25 oktober 2019 12:20 av https://onca.site/cocoin

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For Maruyama, the idea of reintroducing wolves first came to him in 1988, with the discovery of wild wolves in Poland’s Bieszczady National Park, where they had previously been wiped out by hunting in the

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