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Casualties of human-wildlife conflict

In their Letter “Pesticides thwart condor conservation” (11 May, p. [612][1]), P. A. E. Alarcón and S. A. Lambertucci advocate a ban on carbofuran use in developing countries to prevent wildlife poisoning [e.g., ([ 1 ][2])]. We agree that pesticides should be restricted. However, pesticide bans

Authors:   Jennifer Sills; Juan M. Grande; Santiago Zuluaga; Silvio Marchini
Journal:   Science
Volume:   360
edition:   6395
Year:   2018
Pages:   1309
DOI:   10.1126/science.aau2465
Publication date:   22-Jun-2018
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