Peaceful coexistence

August 1998
Christian Science Monitor;8/14/98, Vol. 90 Issue 183, p16
Editorial. Comments on laws and treaties passed to protect wildlife. View that it is an admirable break with humanity's predatory past; Animals that have made a resurgence under protection; How some animals that were endangered are now annoying humans; Dilemma of how to reconcile the human economy and the activities of wild animals; Importance of balancing human needs with world around us.


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