Death in Moderation is Good for Animal Population

Nature World: It may sound a bit backwards, but researchers found that a moderate amount of death in an animal population may actually help boost overall populations, helping experts better understand how to manage threatened fish and wildlife stocks. A study recently published in the journal Trends in Ecology and Evolution details how most animal populations actually benefit in some way from the loss of an individual. However, this benefit heavily depends on the size and developmental stage of the creatures......

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