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Changes in Habitat Structure May Explain Decrease in Reintroduced Mohor Gazelle Population in the Guembeul Fauna Reserve, Senegal

AuthorsMoreno, Eulalia ; Sane, Abibou; Benzal, Jesús ; Ibáñez, Belén ; Sanz-Zuasti, Joaquín; Espeso, Gerardo
KeywordsEvaluation of reintroduction
Habitat structure
Nanger dama mhorr
Post release monitoring
Issue Date8-Aug-2012
PublisherMultidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
CitationAnimals 2:347-360 (2012)
AbstractThe reintroduction of plants and animals to the wild is an important technique to save endangered species from extinction. To perform post release monitoring is crucial to evaluate reintroduction outcomes. A Mohor gazelle reintroduction programme took place in Senegal in 1984. We attempt to explain why the size of the reintroduced gazelle population has diminished in recent years. We suggest that changes in habitat structure occurred over time and have very likely reduced the amount of suitable habitat for this species.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/ani2030347
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