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What is the impact of overgrazing on grassland wildlife?

    Overgrazing in grassland ecosystems can have severe consequences for wildlife. When herbivores exceed the carrying capacity of the land, they consume vegetation faster than it can regrow, leading to the degradation of plant cover and soil quality. This, in turn, affects the availability of food and habitat for various grassland wildlife species. Overgrazing can result in the loss of plant diversity, negatively impacting herbivores, as well as predators and other species dependent on the grassland ecosystem. Sustainable grazing management is crucial to maintaining the balance between herbivores and their habitat.


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