Community Forestry Note 13:
WHAT ABOUT THE WILD ANIMALS? Wild animal species in community forestry in the tropics
by Kent H. Redford, Robert Godshalk and Kiran Asher
|bezoar stones||hard lumps formed in the stomach or gastric system, typically in ungulates|
|catchment basin||a natural drainage basin which channels rainfall into a single outflow; used also to refer to an area from which game animals are harvested|
|culling||killing a select number of organisms, usually for management purposes|
|entomology||the study of insects|
|ethnobotanists||scientists studying the use of plants by humans|
|fallow||a previously cultivated area which is left uncultivated so as to increase future agricultural productivity|
|game||animals which are hunted by humans|
|herbivory||the consumption of photosynthetic material (usually leaves) by animals|
|herpetofaunas||the reptiles and amphibians found in a given region|
|invertebrates||animals without backbones (such as insects)|
|kwashiorkor||a severe form of malnutrition due to insufficient protein consumption, most commonly found in children|
|market hunting||hunting for sale in markets|
|nagana||(in cattle) tsetse disease|
|neonate||a new-born animal|
|neotropics||the tropical regions of the western hemisphere|
|phylogenetic||related to phylogeny; the evolutionary relationships between groups|
|savanna||open, grass-dominated ecosystems|
|source faunas||the entire animal life of a given region available for use by humans|
|sustained yield||the condition of being able to harvest at a given rate over a sustained period of time|
|swidden agriculture||shifting cultivation|
|vertebrates||animals with backbones (such as mammals, fish, birds, etc.)|
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