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More than 5,000 road kills of wild animals have been registered in the last 15 years in Ecuador

Published on August 07, 2023
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn By Antonio José Paz Cardona on August 3, 2023 A new investigation, which compiles data provided by citizen science and the results of scientific studies, reveals that birds (1,428 cases), reptiles (1,356), mammals (1,326) and amphibians (895) were the most affected by road kills on Ecuadorian roads. Scientists say more attention […]

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