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How could people have believed a century ago that nature is so vast and fertile that human action could never have a lasting impact on wildlife

How could people have believed a century ago that nature is so vast and fertile that human action could never have a lasting impact on wildlife populations, while at the same time being concerned that the accumulation of horse manure in cities caused by overpopulation would render them uninhabitable?

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This might be termed as ignorance in context of indirect influence of any imbalance caused in
nature. That is, people were sufficiently aware about the direct impacts of any disturbance...

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