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Nature’s comeback? No, the coronavirus pandemic threatens the world’s wildlife

Lemurs of Madagascar live in an easily exploitable habitat. Image: Photo by Juan Camilo Guarin P on Unsplash

Charlie Gardner

Lecturer in Conservation Biology, University of Kent

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Feral mountain goats have returned to the Welsh town of of Llandudno. Image: REUTERS/Carl Recine
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