How do we use science for wildlife conservation?



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    Science is an integral part of wildlife conservation. Without scientific research, there would be no knowledge on how to go about trying to protect a species or its habitat, or how to convince governments and the public to provide the funding or other resources to do so. Species propagation relies on genetic profiling, artificial insemination, and cryogenics, to name a few. Botany provides information on an animal’s food sources and habitat. Climatology and hydrology provide further information about habitat and climate. The life sciences and technical sciences (think satellite tracking of migration patterns) all play a huge role in any kind of animal or population study. If you don’t understand what you are studying you can not even begin to save it.

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