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# 87: Rural communities and wildlife

Sometimes wildlife damage farms and destroy crops. In other cases, farming activities, including clearing forests for farming, harm wildlife and destroy their habitat. How can rural communities and wildlife co-exist? Villagers must grow food and make an income. People need to farm, but no-one wants to unnecessarily harm wildlife. What is the answer? How can wild species and human populations live harmoniously side by side?

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# 85: Rice

For a good rice harvest, healthy seed is essential. Unripe grains or grains that have been damaged by insects are lighter in weight than healthy grains so they can be removed if you float them in water before sowing. Grains with black or brown spots are also unhealthy but these grains are not necessarily lighter so they can’t be removed by the floating method.

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