In situ conservation - In situ conservation

Ex-situ Conservation: Ex-situ conservation, which is also known as off-site conservation, refers to the conservation of endangered species in the artificial or man-made habitats that imitate their natural habitats, e.

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It involves sampling, storage and transfer of target species from their natural habitats to man-made habitats.

The major advantage of in situ conservation is that the species and habitat are not disturbed.

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Based on the above information some of the key differences between in-situ and ex-situ conservation are as follows: In-situ Conservation Ex-situ Conservation It means onsite conservation.

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This Critically Endangered species is currently only known to exist at a handful of sites in Costa Rica and Panama, and there are only two known metapopulations of A.

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Description: Much of this historical human influence has resulted in damaging many of our more sensitive habitats.

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