wildness of life is working to secure the survival of iberian carnivores.
We believe it is vital to see these magnificent creatures for what they are: an essential part of our wild ecosystems, not mythological beasts.
Perhaps most important for the nomads was the belief in the symbiosis that existed between wolf and humans on the steppe.
Wolves were an integral part of keeping the balance of nature, ensuring that plagues of rabbits and rodents didn't break out, which in turn protected the all-important pasture for the nomads' herds.
Tim Cope, On the Trail of Genghis Khan
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protecting endangered species is critical for our own survival.
For hundreds of years we considered carnivores our enemies. Now, more than ever, we realise just how much we need them.
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Large carnivores are indispensable for the maintenance of ecosystems around us. Their disappearance causes significant changes in landscapes, vegetation and presence of other species.
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