We anticipate that issue 102:3 will be online this week. Consider it an Easter treat without the calories!
The Editor’s Choice paper from this issue is “Restoration of a megaherbivore: landscape-level impacts of white rhinoceros in Kruger National Park, South Africa” by Cromsigt & te Beest.
The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences published a press release on this paper earlier this year.
Editor’s Choice 102:3
Large-bodied herbivores – megaherbivores – have been lost from many ecosystems worldwide. A growing appreciation of the ecological roles that they play has led to reintroductions of megaherbivores into some ecosystems, for example of muskox and wisent into a “Pleistocene Park” in Siberia, or even calls for surrogates to be introduced into others, such as elephants as replacements for long-extinct marsupial megaherbivores in northern Australia.
So far there is little evidence to show what the consequences for ecosystems could be that result from “rewilding” through…
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