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Chapter on transboundary
conservation efforts in southern Africa and inherent challenges
at the wildlife / livestock / human health interface
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Beauty and the Beef: SADC Moves to Capitalize on Both
Observer, 22 November 2012. The Wildlife Conservation Society
congratulates animal health and wildlife conservation experts
from SADC on their adoption of additional, environmentally-friendly
ways to manage trade-sensitive animal diseases like foot and
mouth, with an aim towards easing tensions at the livestock-wildlife