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Wildlife and people in the Rupununi

A comprehensive assessment based on science and local knowledge









van Vliet, N., Ponta, N., LeBel, S., McKenna, L. and David, O., eds. 2024. Wildlife and people in the Rupununi – A comprehensive assessment based on science and local knowledge. Rome, FAO, CIRAD, CIFOR-ICRAF and WCS.





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