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    Why are some people vehemently against reintroductions?

    I don't know what you mean by that. Also, I would humbly posit that you don't know every conservationist. Again, you're dodging the issue of genetic sustainability of such isolated populations. Hardly self-sustaining populations, and there's enough issues with wolves vis-à-vis dense human...
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    Why are some people vehemently against reintroductions?

    Well um, maybe, but that was not what your initial post was about. At the risk of pointing out the obvious, Switzerland is landlocked while Britain is less so. Meaning that one of these countries has the possibility of linking its reintroduced mammal populations with the neighbouring...
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    Why are some people vehemently against reintroductions?

    I could swear I've seen this movie before :unsure: I don't think it's as easy as you seem to be suggesting. How do you propose arriving at the kind of state of wilderness you envision while still maintaining some semblance of land use and ecological diversity? Not to mention the current-day...
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