alexa Ethnicity and Perceptions of Bushmeat Hunting Inside Lagoas de Cufada Natural Park (LCNP), Guinea-Bissau

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Ethnicity and Perceptions of Bushmeat Hunting Inside Lagoas de Cufada Natural Park (LCNP), Guinea-Bissau

West African managed forests are zones where domestic stock does not thrive, and bushmeat continues to be a major source of animal protein for many people. Given rising human populations across Africa the harvesting and trade in bushmeat is unsustainable, resulting in dramatic declines of local populations of wild animals.

Citation: Amador R, Casanova C, Lee P (2014) Ethnicity and Perceptions of Bushmeat Hunting Inside Lagoas de Cufada Natural Park (LCNP), Guinea-Bissau. J Primatol 3:121.

 
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