I think one of the best answers to this question is places where humans have been in wars. Although Davis writes that Korea’s natural habitat has managed to recover from the wars humans have waged in the area, her description of those wars suggests a nearly total demolition of areas that previously supported wildlife.
In addition to areas where wars have raged, you could argue that the places that humans have “messed up” most include areas that have been unable to recover–including those areas that have adapted, but have not turned back into their pre-human interaction state. As you can tell, there are a variety of ways this question can be answered, but I think the thing that is most important is the fact that humans have an incredible impact on many of the areas that the utilize.
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