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    Quote Originally Posted by One Bad Pig View Post
    1970. There's got to be lots of assumptions built into the model, so I'm not sure how far I'd trust it. For example, massive development in my area doesn't seem to have thinned the deer herds any, and coyotes (or coywolves) seem to be multiplying, not diminishing.
    They are probably including such things as minor sub-species, like a moth with an extra spot that suddenly disappears, or things like microbes and such.

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    here is the actual report:
    https://www.wnf.nl/custom/LPR_2016_fullreport/

    long on charts and claims, lacking in any actual scientific evidence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparko View Post
    here is the actual report:
    https://www.wnf.nl/custom/LPR_2016_fullreport/

    long on charts and claims, lacking in any actual scientific evidence.


    They have fifteen pages of references, many of which are studies of populations and/or trends.
    I'm not here anymore.

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