Abstract, 2019, dispersal event of re-introduced Moonbear in Korea

Once reaching maturity, individuals of most mammal species typically disperse towards suitable habitats, adequate to their ecological requirements. If the habitat has reached saturation for carrying capacity, these individuals may disperse further to find an adequate habitat. The Asiatic black bear (Ursus thibetanus) has been reintroduced on the Korean Peninsula since the early 2000s, and …

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Sharing Natural Habitat with Moon Bears

A welcome image...welcome words NOTE: Thank you for this coverage, thank you to bizwire writerM. H. Lee - a pleasant surprise as the media has not always embraced this matter well. Thank you sincerely. SEJONG, May 3 (Korea Bizwire) — The paradigm to restore the population of the endangered Asiatic black bear (also known as the Asian …

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“Let a bear shit in the woods”

Kelly Frances "Let a bear shit in the woods" - Jill Robinson MBE, Dr med vet hc, Hon LLD Founder & CEO http://www.animalsasia.org The formidable Ms Robinson doesn't mince words, and she has a point, a simple, powerful point: let nature be nature. Refreshingly, her words resonated at a conference on the Sixth Mass Extinction …

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