EARTH'S SIXTH MASS EXTINCTION EVENT UNDER WAY, SCIENTISTS WARN

RESEARCHERS TALK OF 'BIOLOGICAL ANNIHILATION' AS STUDY REVEALS BILLIONS OF POPULATIONS OF ANIMALS HAVE BEEN LOST IN RECENT DECADES

EARTH'S SIXTH MASS EXTINCTION EVENT UNDER WAY, SCIENTISTS WARN

"It will, sadly, take a long time to humanely begin the population shrinkage required if civilisation is to long survive, but much could be done on the consumption front and with 'band aids' - wildlife reserves, diversity protection laws - in the meantime." Ceballos said ...

A “biological annihilation” of wildlife in recent decades means a sixth mass extinction in Earth’s history is under way and is more severe than previously feared, according to research. Scientists analysed both common...

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