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Biodiversity

In Swaziland populations of many species continue to decline with several species going extinct. Habitat destruction is probably the most important factor leading to the decline and ultimately

the extinction. In the county habitat destruction may take the following forms; urbanization, agricultural development, industrial development, construction, wood-cutting, density of livestock and indiscriminate use of fire.

Responsible Organisation:
SEA

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Sipho Matsebula
 
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