Reintroduced Przewalski’s horses have a different diet

Researchers have now found through tail hair analysis that before their extinction in the wild Przewalski’s horses had been on a different diet than today. Thanks to improved societal attitude, the horses have now access to richer pastures. In former times, the wild horses were hunted and chased away.    ….More Continue reading

Wildlife and cows can be partners, not enemies, in search for food

Princeton University researchers are leading an effort to put to pasture the long-held convention of cattle ranching that wild animals compete with cows for food. Princetown Cattle Wildlife Positive Research Princetown Research link http://www.princeton.edu/main/news/archive/S32/93/41K10/index.xml?section=featured   Continue reading