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'The pigs can smell man': how decimation of Borneo's ancient rainforests threatens hunters and the hunted

By Matthew Luskin, Lecturer in Conservation Science, The University of Queensland
David Kurz, Postdoctoral fellow in Environmental Science, Trinity College
Fiffy Hanisdah Saikim, Senior lecturer, Universiti Malaysia Sabah’s Institute for Tropical Biology and Conservation, Indigenous Knowledge
Matthew D. Potts, Professor, S.J. Hall Chair in Forest Economics, University of California, Berkeley
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The changing dynamic between Borneo’s pigs and Indigenous people is a powerful reminder of the fragility of the human-nature connection.

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