Wildlife uses and hunting patterns in rural communities of the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico

Background: subsistence hunting is a traditional practice providing food and many other goods for households in the Yucatan Peninsula, southeast Mexico. Economic, demographic, and cultural change in this region drive wildlife habitat loss and local extinctions. Improving our understanding about curr...

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Main Authors: Santos Fita, Dídac Doctor autor/a 12789, Naranjo Piñera, Eduardo Jorge 1963- Doctor autor/a 5447, Rangel Salazar, José Luis 1962- Doctor autor/a 5450
Format: Texto biblioteca
Subjects:Manejo de vida silvestre, Cacería de subsistencia, Mayas, Artfrosur,
Online Access:https://ethnobiomed.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1746-4269-8-38
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