Cougars Are Killing Feral Donkeys, and That’s Good for Wetlands
U.S. · SCIENCE
August 16, 20224 min read831 words
Published: August 16, 2022  |  4 min read831 words
In the Mojave and Sonoran deserts of North America, donkeys roam wild. Also called burros, feral donkeys travel in herds, seeking out water sources in small wetland oases, often trampling vegetation in the process. These critical wetlands include that many animals rely on to surv...
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Aug 19
Curious article presenting the impact all animals have on the ecosystem, and how even a cougar can affect the vegetation of an area, all told through reliable sources with direct quotes.
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