Kieran Love, from Danau Girang Field Centre, said: “Our formula are really engaging since they advise only how vicious forests are for bearded pigs.
“Oil palm fruits might be exploited by bearded pigs, though pigs need many other resources that are typically found in their healthy timberland habitat.
“Forests yield extended food resources, materials for nesting, areas for wallowing, and places for avoiding predators.
“The timberland medium is also contingent on pigs for accomplishing many ecosystem processes; bearded pigs devour and sunder seeds, aerate soils, and cgange plant communities.
“Pigs also act as vicious chase sources for aloft predators, including exposed Sunda dark leopards.
“Therefore bearded pigs rest on forests and, in turn, healthy Bornean forests contingency enclose pig populations.”
The investigate found that a bearded pigs were vital in all timberland areas and many oil palm sites and that they were healthy. However, some-more needs to be finished to strengthen a class during deforestation.
David Kurz, PhD claimant during a University of California, Berkeley, said: “The fact that we have well-fed bearded pigs via a fragmented forest-oil palm landscape shows that there might be several options for long-term bearded pig management, that is good news for both hunters and conservationists.
“However, stable and connected timberland habitats sojourn a vicious need for bearded pigs, that have historically migrated hundreds of kilometres and are anticipating themselves boxed into an increasingly tiny world.”
Source: Cardiff University