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  1. Mammal Population Losses and the Extinction Crisis by Gerardo Ceballos and Paul R. Ehrlich MAY 2002 SCIENCE JOURNAL http://science.sciencemag.org/content/296/5569/904/tab-figures-data I came across this article in the references of the predator range loss study you can get free access if you register on their site they compare range with previous 19th century levels for Africa there has been a 72% loss of range in the supplementary information there is an interesting list of individual range losses including hirola 91.7% ,black rhino 95.4%, white rhino 97%, Grevy's zebra 91.8%, giraffe 88.7%, hippo 82.8%,elephant 80.1% and eland 60.5%

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