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Big vegetarian mammals can play a critical role in maintaining healthy ecosystems, study finds

mans have long played a leading role in that history.

"Humanity faces a lot of important decisions about how to manage Earth's ecosystems in the next few decades," he said. "By studying the ecology of places like Africa, where large mammals still exist, we can get glimpses of how life used to be organized in places like Europe and North America, and those inferences help explain phenomena that would otherwise seem strange. Snapshots of ecological history, even if from another continent, can help guide us to more robust conclusions about today's ecosystems and their conservation management."


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Contact: Mark Shwartz
mshwartz@stanford.edu
650-723-9296
Stanford University
16-Jan-2007


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