When the Research is Wrong


Posted on September 6th, by Caroline Clarke in Blog Post. Comments Off on When the Research is Wrong

When the Research is Wrong

A public campaign to cull ‘invasive’ cownose rays was hugely successful. But re-examining the data revealed a horrible truth: the rays weren’t the problem. Read more in my fifth Guardian blog here:

What happens when the research underpinning conservation is wrong?





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