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Improved data about rates of deforestation have also sharpened concerns about whether these targets are realisable or even too modest. The model forest Ideally, lands are to be earmarked for their most appropriate usage as determined by soil quality, topography, accessibility and biological value. Larger leaf eaters need to get more energy from their food, and cannot chew it so finely, so those that eat leaves exclusively must break down the cell wall as well.

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