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bos2Fenced Nature Preserves Have Benefits Beyond Their Boundaries

By Robert Lawrence – Hakai Magazine – December 15, 2017
With few exceptions, New Zealand has been free of land mammals since it broke away from Australia and Antarctica 80 million years ago. In their place, a unique ecosystem arose, with distinctive flightless birds, large insects, and primitive reptiles and amphibians evolving to fit the niches so often occupied by mammals. For full article, click here.

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