Grazing Animals May Reverse Man-Made Damage To Grasslands Around The World

By Shweta Iyer

As humans tamper with the world's natural grasslands, added fertilizers and other nutrients cause certain grasses to overpopulate, leading to less biodiversity. In an effort to increase biodiversity, researchers have found that allowing wild animals to graze unhindered might help.

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