Written for South Africa’s Cheetah Outreach Trust in coordination with the Australia Zoo Wildlife Warrior program. This piece explains how farmers are using a specific breed of dog to mitigate for and prevent livestock predation and predator retaliation in South Africa.
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When you think of the word poverty, what comes to mind? Do you think of financial problems, a lack of food, and/or poor living conditions? While most people might – have you ever considered that economic growth could be related to disease creating organisms in our environment?