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Conserving large predators

Updated Tuesday, 16th July 2013

Majestic or problematic? David MacDonald talks to Monty Don about conserving carnivores.

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Majestic when they're far away, problematics when they're close to human populations. Big carnivores are the most threatened of all the mammals. David MacDonald describes the situation.

This is an extended interview from BBC Radio 4's Shared Planet.


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