Annamite Striped Rabbit

Although population size and density have not been established anywhere in its range, the Annamite striped rabbit appears to be noticeably less abundant in heavily hunted areas.

Although population size and density have not been established anywhere in its range, the Annamite striped rabbit appears to be noticeably less abundant in heavily hunted areas than in areas perceived on the basis of other evidence to have had lower hunting intensity.

Observations and estimates of the intensity of hunting pressure across the species’ known and presumed distribution in both range states indicates that at a landscape level this pressure is extremely high, with episodic deployment of snares in the region of dozens to hundreds of snares per square kilometer over periods of years within almost every square kilometer of suitable habitat in these landscapes.


Image | © Noelle M. Brooks, All Rights Reserved
Sources | (Tilker, 2013c; Tilker, et al., 2019)

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