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Human-wildlife interfaces are often sites of friction and confl ict in the form of crop and livestock depredations that can lead to negative local attitudes toward the animals responsible. This paper examines the use of provisioning to reduce wildlife damage through diversion (diversionary feeding) and to display the diverted animals for tourism. It focuses on a macaque (Macaca fuscata) provisioning initiative from the municipality of Ōita in western Japan that set out to achieve these 2doi:10.26077/vef7-2v90 fatcat:gsdqs4lenzarrlslzkrdnxvoui