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Effect of free-ranging cattle on mammalian diversity: an Austral Yungas case study
Extensive cattle ranging is an important economic activity in mountains, with diverse effects on native mammal communities. The effects of cattle Bos taurus can be negative, positive or neutral, mostly depending on the stocking rate. We examined the effect of cattle on the diversity and abundance of native mammalian species in the Austral Yungas region of Argentina, considering environmental variables, land protection status, and human influence. Using 12,512 trap-nights from 167 camera-trapdoi:10.1017/s0030605321001538 fatcat:nndxylhgwngshm4nmxogfbaobu