Coexistence and Conflict between the Island Flying fox (Pteropus hypomelanus) and Humans on Tioman Island, Peninsular Malaysia

As tropical landscapes become increasingly human-dominated, conflicts between people and wildlife threaten ecological processes. Old World fruit bats such as flying foxes are especially susceptible to extinction risk because there is low interest in their conservation, particularly when they are considered pests. In order to arrest fruit bat declines, there is an urgent need to … Continued

Human–Wildlife Conflict and Coexistence

Human interactions with wildlife are a defining experience of human exis- tence. These interactions can be positive or negative. People compete with wildlife for food and resources, and have eradicated dangerous species; co- opted and domesticated valuable species; and applied a wide range of social, behavioral, and technical approaches to reduce negative interactions with wildlife. … Continued

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