World's large carnivores being pushed off the map

Significant range contractions are common for the world’s large carnivore species, with 22 of the 25 species studied by the authors of a paper published in the journal Royal Society Open Science last week having seen their range shrink by 20 percent or more.

World's large carnivores being pushed off the map

Six of the world's large carnivores have lost more than 90% of their historic range, new analysis says.

Fri 14 Jul 17 from BBC News

Large carnivores have lost more than 90 per cent of their range

The hunting grounds of lions, tigers and the red and Ethiopian wolves have shrunk dramatically in the past 500 years, but a few species aren't doing as badly

Tue 11 Jul 17 from Newscientist

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