These wonderful illustrations by Jeroen Helmer capture the key ecological impacts of large grazers, and the myriad of microhabitats and niches that exist within a complex ecosystem. They beautifully illustrate how species have coevolved to interact and benefit each other. Over the past decades and centuries, we have reversed much of that evolution, and eroded important natural processes. By rewilding, we can recapture the complex web of life and restore its more nuanced functions. It is in the messy margins where wildlife really thrives!
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