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Zebras vs. Cattle: Not So Black and White


September 22, 2011

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African ranchers often prefer to keep wild grazers like zebra off the grass that fattens their cattle. But a new study by University of California, Davis, and Kenyan researchers shows that grazing by wild animals doesn't always harm--and can sometimes benefit--cattle.Full Story

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