Do management decisions designed to improve conditions for one endangered species ever have negative effects on another endangered species?



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    I can’t think of or find a specific example of a situation where this has occurred. However, it is a very real risk, and a good concern to bring up. It’s almost impossible, despite our best efforts, to accurately predict every effect our actions will have on an ecosystem. While I’ve come across no clear examples in my career as a science writer, it’s certainly well within the realm of possibility. It may well be that these negative effects have been subtle or difficult to study, and therefore are not well-documented.

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