Species and populations are, and always have been, tied intimately to a geographical place. Much of what humans value in species/populations arises from their natural association with place. Translocation breaks forever the historical natural link between the organism and place. What then are we really "saving" when we translocate them?
Why Green and Golden Bell Frogs Litoria aurea should not be translocated — a personal opinion
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Allen Greer; Why Green and Golden Bell Frogs Litoria aurea should not be translocated — a personal opinion. Australian Zoologist 1 May 1996; 30 (2): 257–258. doi: https://doi.org/10.7882/AZ.1996.020
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