Humans Put Squeeze on Ancient Pronghorn Migration


  • Aug 23 2010 9:06 PM

    MaryRose Lovgren

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In this National Geographic News article, read about changes in the migration routes of the Yellowstone pronghorn. Using GPS to track the movement of the pronghorn, scientists found that human development is closing off the migration paths and consequently interfering with the pronghorn life cycle. Links to other stories, photos, videos and Web sites are also found on this page.

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