- Africa’s Greater Virunga Landscape is known for its species biodiversity has long faced the problems of poaching.
- To curb the menace scientists from Australia have developed a mathematical model which could improve conservation and protection of rare animals as well as plants.
- The model was developed by studying the pattern of patrolling, incursions, regions of poaching, logging and impact of wildlife.
- The study showed that 63% of the costs can be saved by applying this model and the uniqueness of the model is that it could be applied anywhere.
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