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Actions to conserve biodiversity

We have summarised evidence from the scientific literature about the effects of actions to conserve wildlife and ecosystems.

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Control habitat-altering mammals (e.g. elephants) through exclusion (e.g. fences) or translocation

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No evidence found (no assessment) 0 Control habitat-altering mammals (e.g. elephants) through exclusion (e.g. fences) or translocation Synopsis Link

Control inter-specific competition for food through exclusion (e.g. fences) or translocation

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No evidence found (no assessment) 0 Control inter-specific competition for food through exclusion (e.g. fences) or translocation Synopsis Link

Prevent gene contamination by alien primate species introduced by humans, through exclusion (e.g. fences) or translocation

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No evidence found (no assessment) 0 Prevent gene contamination by alien primate species introduced by humans, through exclusion (e.g. fences) or translocation Synopsis Link

Reduce primate predation by non-primate species through exclusion (e.g. fences) or translocation

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No evidence found (no assessment) 0 Reduce primate predation by non-primate species through exclusion (e.g. fences) or translocation Synopsis Link

Reduce primate predation by other primate species through exclusion (e.g. fences) or translocation

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No evidence found (no assessment) 0 Reduce primate predation by other primate species through exclusion (e.g. fences) or translocation Synopsis Link

Remove alien invasive vegetation where the latter has a clear negative effect on the primate species in question

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No evidence found (no assessment) 0 Remove alien invasive vegetation where the latter has a clear negative effect on the primate species in question Synopsis Link
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