A rare habitat feels the squeeze

June 1995
Ecos;Winter95, Issue 84, p27
Presents information on the effect of the encroachment of the rainforest on some mammals. What some conservationists would like to see happening; What is at stake; Other animals that may depend on this habitat; Other details. INSETS: Research needed into fire treatments.;Forest secrets to be told..


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