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Problems and progress in nature conservation in Rhodesia

G.F.T. Child
Koedoe | Supplement | a1278 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/koedoe.v20i2.1278 | © 1977 G.F.T. Child | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 09 December 1977 | Published: 10 December 1977

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G.F.T. Child, Rhodesia

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The conflicting emotions generated around the aesthetic qualities of wildlife and its pragmatic use as a resource are a feature of human societies stretching into antiquity. On the one hand it has been, and remains, the subject of much folklore and art in societies extending from the Stone Age to the Technological Age. On the other, hunting for the necessities of life, and more recently for recreation, goes very deep into the history of the human race.


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