Forest Fragmentation can lead to ‘Ecological Armageddon’, Researchers Say

Nature World: Tropical forests are hotspots of biological diversity and currently occupy about 6 percent of earth's land surface, which is less than half of the area that they covered a few decades back. Conservationists claim disappearing forests would lead to extinction of many species of birds and animals. The new study shows that we might have underestimated the effects of fragmented forest cover on animal survival. Large developmental projects such as dams, roads, mines and industries are the main reasons......

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