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Evaluation Of The Quantity Of Bushmeat Consumed Around The Lama Classified Forest In Southern Benin And Consumer Motivations
Bushmeat is one of the sources of protein in the urban areas around the Lama Classified Forest. However, knowledge of the extent of its consumption and the relative importance of socio-demographic and economic factors, social norms and reasons for the consumption of bushmeat in urban areas are rarely assessed. The study aims to contribute to the rational use of wildlife with a view to the sustainable management of animal diversity in the Lama Classified Forest in southern Benin. The data collected was obtained after interviews with heads of household and bushmeat sellers following structured questionnaires.
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