Is it possible to import and settle new species of animals and plants in the reserves?

Technically, it is possible to bring a new animal into the reserve, however, if this animal does not belong to the given range, it can cause great damage to the local ecosystem and lead to the extinction of local species if it takes root itself. One notable example is the importation of possums and cats into New Zealand forests. Because of this, many birds and a beak-headed lizard, which has lived on the island for hundreds of millions of years, since the time of the dinosaurs, were on the verge of extinction in local reserves.

Therefore, in practice, the method of importing new animals into reserves is not used.

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