Album: Lost Predators Leave Broken Food Chains

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Unpredictable Results

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Worldwide, the loss of top predators, like lions, has disruptive and unpredictable consequences on ecosystems, scientists say. In parts of Africa, reductions…Read More »

in lion and leopard population has led to increased contact between people and olive baboons, and caused higher rates of intestinal parasites in both people and baboons.   Less «
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Wynne was a reporter at The Stamford Advocate. She has interned at Discover magazine and has freelanced for The New York Times and Scientific American's web site. She has a masters in journalism from Columbia University and a bachelor's degree in biology from the University of Utah.
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