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Digging for uranium in tiger country: Nuclear drive tests India’s commitment to protecting endangered species

“If the mining activity is permitted, it will cause habitat fragmentation and disturbance to wildlife resulting in wastage of all efforts made over the years to restore wildlife and improve habitat in the core area,” he said.

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“If the mining activity is permitted, it will cause habitat fragmentation and disturbance to wildlife resulting in wastage of all efforts made over the years to restore wildlife and improve habitat in the core area,” he said.

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