Environment - immigration. Sleeping sickness (tse tse...

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Environment: Africa vs Europe Environmental relationship between Europeans and Africa . In Africa, large amounts of land were tropical forest or scrublands and savannah; again, the native peoples had a large impact on the dynamics of the savannah, as many of them were pastoralists. With the exception of the region north of the Sahara, adaptation to other ecosystems was also not widespread. Native diseases and other factors limited European
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Unformatted text preview: immigration. Sleeping sickness (tse tse flies) and malaria (mosquitoes) sickened and killed livestock and people when Europeans tried to transform the land into agricultural land. Africa had large numbers of diverse charismatic species, a result of Africa being older and more tropical. So, increased hunting, effects were localized....
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2011 for the course AFST 2100 taught by Professor Ojo during the Spring '10 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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