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Subject   [자료] Society for Conservation Biology meeting. Forest loss makes monkeys sick
Science. 2004 Aug 27;305(5688):1230-1.

Society for Conservation Biology meeting. Forest loss makes monkeys sick.

Stokstad E.

Publication Types: News

PMID: 15333818 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

It’s bad news for endangered animals when their habitats are fragmented. Populations become isolated, food supplies diminish, and hunters become more of a threat. Now add to that list a higher risk of illness.
Although it’s known that disturbed habitat can help transmit diseases between wildlife and humans, a new study shows for the first time that fragmentation of forests by humans can hasten the decline of a primate population
by making common parasites more abundant and introducing new ones. “It’s a potentially devastating effect,” says Peter Daszak, director of the Consortium for Conservation Medicine in Palisades, New York.

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