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Can We Live without Large Herbivores?

In May, 134,000 saiga antelope died in central Kazakhstan. Credit:serg2015/adobe

In May, 134,000 saiga antelope died in central Kazakhstan. Credit: serg2015/adobe

By Thomas Newsome & William Ripple

The collapse of large herbivore populations around the world has dire ecological and social consequences.

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