Large carnivores have lost more than 90 per cent of their range
Ever more restrictedSteve Winter/National Geographic/GettyBy Fred PearceLions, tigers and the red and Ethiopian wolves have lost more than 90 per cent of their hunting grounds in the past 500 years. But while these charismatic hunters are up against it, hyenas are doing much better, finds the first global study of the ranges of big terrestrial hunters....
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