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Protected areas are considered the most important tool for curbing the ongoing biodiversity loss, but a lack of field data hampers efforts to measure how effective they are in practice. Scientists analyzed records collated by thousands of citizens and showed that protected areas are contributing significantly to the conservation of rare and threatened birds across tropical forests hotspots by preventing deforestation and forest degradation.
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