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Cultural follower

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Cultural followers are species that adapt to and benefit from the habitats created by humans. This adaptability allows them to live successfully in urban areas, agricultural lands, and other human-influenced environments. Typical cultural followers include pigeons, rats, mice, certain types of insects and weeds.

The adaptation of species to human habitats has far-reaching ecological and cultural impacts. On the one hand, cultural followers can lead to the displacement of native species and the disruption of natural ecosystems. On the other hand, they can also be viewed as pests that affect human settlements and agricultural land.

On the other hand, culture followers can also have positive effects. For example, they can help maintain biodiversity in urban environments and can be important food for predators such as hawks and owls. In addition, they can serve as indicators of human activity and changes in the environment.

Overall, cultural followers illustrate the close interconnection between human culture and the natural environment. Their occurrence and adaptability are the result of complex interactions between humans and nature and highlight the need for an integrative approach to environmental and nature conservation.


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