Aboriginal hunting practice increases animal populations

Thursday, October 24, 2013 - 18:00 in Biology & Nature

In Australia's Western Desert, Aboriginal hunters use a unique method that actually increases populations of the animals they hunt, according to a new study. The hunting method -- using fire to clear patches of land to improve the search for game -- also creates a mosaic of regrowth that enhances habitat.

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