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Fig. 6

From: Cattle transhumance and agropastoral nomadic herding practices in Central Cameroon

Fig. 6

Encounters with other animal species and common health problems reported during transhumance in Central Cameroon (October 2014–May 2015). a and b report the frequency of specific answers from each of the 9 interviewees. c and d report the sum of the times animals species and diseases were mentioned by the 9 interviewees. a: Reported number of cattle herds encountered on average every day during the trekking towards transhumance destinations or returning towards the usual grazing locations. The plot displays the answers of the interviewees and the red line refers to the number of reports by the 9 interviewees. b: Reported number of cattle herds encountered on average every day during grazing activities at the transhumance destination. The plot displays the answers of the interviewees and the red line refers to the number of reports by the 9 interviewees. c: Reported species of domestic and wild animals encountered during the transhumance. The plot displays the animal species and the red line refers to the number of reports by the interviewees. d: Reported health problems faced by the herds during the transhumance. The plot displays the reported health problems and the red line refers to the number of reports by the interviewees

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