By: Óscar Gustavo Retana Guiascón(Author)
211 pages, illustrations
In Mexico, the native fauna inspired the development of many pre-Hispanic civilizations. Since colonial times, the diversity and abundance of nature seemed inexhaustible, and thus encouraged the continued tapping of its resources. This work documents conservation efforts throughout history as a tool to revisit the question of Mexico's natural resources as renewable, natural capital.
Summary in Spanish:
En México, la fauna silvestre impulsó el establecimiento y desarrollo de las civilizaciones prehispánicas. La gran diversidad de especies y la abundancia de sus poblaciones motivaron a que a partir de la época colonial, se considerara que la fauna era ina
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