Forest and Man

  • Marius Jacobs


“With regard likewise to wild animals, all mankind had by the original grant of the Creator a right to pursue and take away any fowl or insect in the air, any fish or inhabitant of the waters, and any beast or reptile of the field: and this natural right still continues for every individual, except where it is restrained by the civil laws of the country. And when a man has once so seized them, they become, while living, his qualified property, or if dead, are absolutely his own”.


Natural Forest Rain Forest Secondary Forest Tropical Rain Forest Degraded Land 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1988

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  • Marius Jacobs

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