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Threatened species rely on agriculture

Farming sustains threatened species, according to new research from the University of East Anglia.

Rather than using farmland to supplement their natural habitats, a number of species rely on farms for survival.

Traditional farming methods that encourage biodiversity are under threat from industrial agriculture, and with them, many threatened species as well.

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