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Conservation of wild reindeer in Kamchatka
The wild reindeer of Kamchatka were never numerous and probably did not exceed 15 000 in number because of the restricted amount of winter and summer range, and the characteristically deep snow of the peninsula. Before I960, biologists believed there was one population with three major wintering areas. The inaccessibility of the interior of the peninsula provided natural protection for wild reindeer and other wildlife. After I960, the road system was expanded for the benefit of the logging anddoi:10.7557/22.214.171.1244 fatcat:tyjgw3mit5gg5fpbkzcqavwzje