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Large animals, such as the imperious African elephant, most vulnerable to impact of human expansion

(University of Exeter) Some of the most iconic giants of the animal kingdom, such as the imperious African elephant, are most vulnerable to the detrimental impact of human expansion, new research has shown.
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