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Management hunting refers to a wildlife management strategy that involves the regulated hunting of specific animal populations to achieve ecological, conservation, or habitat management goals. This approach is often employed by wildlife agencies and conservation organizations to maintain balance within ecosystems, control wildlife populations, and address issues such as overpopulation or habitat degradation. Management hunting is based on scientific principles and aims to ensure the health and sustainability of both the target species and the broader ecosystem. The process typically involves setting specific hunting quotas, seasons, and regulations tailored to the identified management objectives. By strategically harvesting a certain number of individuals within a population, wildlife managers can prevent overpopulation, limit damage to habitats, and enhance overall ecosystem health. Management hunting is part of a broader conservation strategy that considers the ecological dynamics of a particular area, taking into account the interactions between different species and their habitats to promote biodiversity and sustainability.

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