Kenya’s Dwindling Predator Populations Pave the Way for Thorny Plants

October 24, 2014 by  
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Plant-eating animals may be rejoicing over the global decrease in predator populations , but it may be leaving the environment in a hairy situation. Researchers at the University of British Columbia are conducting a study which has revealed as carnivores decrease, the eating habits of herbivores may have an adverse affect on vegetation and biodiversity. As herbivore populations thrive, their eating habits could create an environmental imbalance, prompting an increase of thorny vegetation. Read the rest of Kenya’s Dwindling Predator Populations Pave the Way for Thorny Plants Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: eco design , environmental imbalance , global decrease in predators , green design , Laikipia Kenya , sustainable design , University of British Columbia

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