Why lizards need elephants to survive?

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Conservation Magazine writes about why lizards need elephants to survive?

Lizards, it turns out, rely on the debris created by elephants as they trample trees. Shards of wood and leaves haphazardly left behind by marching pachyderms provide good cover for a small lizard to escape the piercing talons of a hungry raptor. Kill the elephants, and the lizards could suffer.

Read full story at Why lizards need elephants to survive – Conservation.

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