26 Apr '15, 7am

@MarkAvery @AERFConserve thanks for , healthy forests need Hornbills

The third in an interview series with participants in the 5th Frugivore and Seed Dispersal International Symposium . Hornbills are one of Asia's most attractive birds. Large, colorful, and easier to spot than most other birds, hornbills have become iconic animals in the tropical forests of Asia. Yet, most people probably don't realize just how important hornbills are to the tropical forests they inhabit: as fruit-eaters, hornbills play a key role in dispersing the seeds of tropical trees, thereby keeping forests healthy and diverse. Yet, according to tropical ecologist and hornbill-expert Shumpei Kitamura, these beautiful forest engineers are threatened by everything from forest loss to hunting to the pet trade. "Seed dispersal consists of the removal and deposition of seeds away from parent plants. Because seeds are not mobile, their movements must be facilitated by dispe...

Full article: http://news.mongabay.com/2010/0425-hance_kitamura.html

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