Rainforest wildlife havens on brink of collapse

Independent: The health of protected tropical forests and their rich wildlife, from exotic frogs and freshwater fish to tigers and forest elephants, is on the brink of collapse, researchers have warned. Wildlife havens set up to protect tropical forest species have suffered badly as a result of the huge deforestation and habitat destruction going on around them, a large international study concluded. The rich biodiversity of the tropical rainforests has seen a significant decline over the past 20 or 30......

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