Use of natural hedges to deter primates
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Certain plants can make effective mechanical barriers due to their thorns, spines, or teeth-like leaf edges, as well as because of their bulk and density. Therefore, natural hedges can be used to keep primates out of farmland areas.
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This Action forms part of the Action Synopsis:Primate Conservation
Primate Conservation - Published 2017