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Title: Translocations as experiments in the ecological resilience of an asocial mega-herbivore
Author(s): Linklater, W.L.; Gedir, J.V.; Law, P.R.; Swaisgood, R.R.; Adcock, K.; Du Preez, P.; Knight, M.H.; Kerley, G.I.H.
Year published: 2012
Journal: PLoS One
Volume: 7 (1) (e30664)
Pages: 1-6
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Africa - Southern Africa
Black Rhino
Species translocations are remarkable experiments in evolutionary ecology, and increasingly critical to biodiversity conservation. Elaborate socio-ecological hypotheses for translocation success, based on theoretical fitness relationships, are untested and lead to complex uncertainty rather than ...

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